Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) definition

What does Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) mean?

disclosure'>Non-disclosure agreement; also known as a confidentiality agreement. A commercial agreement pursuant to which confidential information is shared and the recipient agrees to be bound by an obligation of confidence. A typical NDA also contains restrictions on how the confidential information may be used by the recipient.

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