Draft Confidentiality Agreement

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Confidentiality and Non-disclosure Agreement between

______________________________
(herinafter referred to as “X”)

Registration number: ______________________
Adress:

and

(herinafter referred to as “ The Client”)

Registration number/ ID number:

Address:

WHEREAS the parties are discussing certain matters which require each party to disclose certain proprietary, secret or confidential information (“the information”) to the other party;

AND WHEREAS the parties acknowledge that the information exchanged between them must be kept confidential and have therefore agreed to enter into this confidentiality;

NOW THEREFORE the parties acknowledge, agree and undertake as follows:

Whereas, 'The Client’ and 'X’ has certain confidential information which it desires to disclose confidentially to each other relating to client information provided by him including but not limited to trade secrets and proprietary information pertaining to finances, marketing plans and techniques, forecasts, operational structures and methods, pricing policies, customer lists and other proprietary, private confidential business matters, all hereinafter referred to as the INFORMATION, and both parties hereby agree that this two way exchange is for the sole purpose of evaluating potential business opportunities involving each party or one or more subsidiaries of each party.

The parties agree as follows:

1. Information: Each under signed party (the receiving party) understands that the other party (the disclosing party) has disclosed or may disclose information relating to the disclosing party and/or its products, which has been conspicuously marked or otherwise specifically identified as confidential or proprietary, whether oral, written, graphic or in machine-readable form, which has commercial, technical and/or other…...

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