Non-Disclosure Clause

August 24, 2013  |     |     |   0 Comment

A Non-Disclosure Clause is a clause in a legal document such as an Offer Letter (or Letter of Intent) or Website Purchase Agreement in which the signing parties agree not to disclose certain information or data related to the transaction outlined in the agreement. This non-disclosure may have an expiration date or may be a lifetime clause.


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