Confidentiality letter agreement: short form (one-way; pro-discloser)

A short form confidentiality letter agreement where only one party is disclosing the confidential information. A confidentiality agreement is also known as a non-disclosure agreement or NDA.

NOTE: This document is a short form agreement and as such does not incorporate the full range of provisions that are generally included in a longer form confidentiality agreement. Accordingly, this document should be read in conjunction with its integrated drafting notes and reference should be made to the long form agreement as appropriate.


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