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Non-Disclosure Agreement (“NDA”)


A non-disclosure agreement or NDA is a legal contract between two parties (could be companies or individuals) that attempts to maintain confidentiality and limit the disclosure of one or both party’s intellectual property, ideas, customer lists or business strategies.

Extra tip: Equity investors rarely sign confidentiality agreements or NDAs before reading business plans. To learn why, visit Ask on Purpose.

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