One-Way Non-Disclosure Agreement
Our One-Way NDA Template:
- Free guide to assist you
- Drafted by a UK specialist
- Reliable protection for you
- Simple and quick to complete
How Does It Work?
- 1. Download
- 2. Edit
- 3. Print
- 4. Sign
If your business needs to disclose information confidentially, you will want to have our One-Way Non-Disclosure Agreement on hand. You will want to protect your business ideas and other confidential information, whether you are just getting started or are developing a new product. Ideas are not protected in the UK by copyright law, so if you want to make sure no-one takes your idea, you need to have them sign a One-Way Non-Disclosure Agreement before you share your ideas with them. This agreement could also be given to the maker of any prototypes that need to be made.
The basic text of the agreement states that information being discussed is for a specific project and that they are bound to silence regarding your important information.
This agreement can also be called a confidentiality agreement or an NDA. Whatever name the document goes by, our template will protect your ideas and confidential information all the same.
Using our One-Way Non-Disclosure Agreement Template
We strive to provide value for money: you can purchase this agreement here for far less than a high street solicitor would charge. In doing so, you won’t be compromising the legal protection provided by the agreement. A UK legal specialist drafted this document, so you can buy from us with confidence. Our template isn’t full of legal jargon that can be difficult to interpret.
If you need to add something in the agreement, our template is fully customisable. You will be able to use it as many times as you need to. We offer free updates as they become available at no further charge.
Our One-Way Non-Disclosure Agreement will be easy for you to follow and we even include a guide to help walk you through the process (for a preview of the guide to our very similar one-way confidentiality agreement click on this link). If you prefer a simpler or shorter form, then you can use our non-disclosure letter template – click on the link.