This do-it-yourself document generator helps you create a legally-binding Non-Disclosure Agreement that’s only one page long. Protect your confidentiality without scaring off potential clients with long, complex legal documents.
How does it work?
Our intuitive tool guides you through the process step-by-step from start to finish. It’s quick, easy and simple to understand – just how legal documents ought to be.
The expert interview wizard will help you answer a few questions and prepare your document in the background. You’ll have your custom One-Page NDA in 5 minutes or less.
When you’re done, print or download PDF versions for you to review, customise or sign.
What is a One-Page NDA?
When should I use a One-Page NDA?
A One-Page NDA should be used when one party wishes to share confidential information with another. For example, when a software company discloses technical or security information about their product to a potential buyer.
This document is suitable for when you need a simpler alternative to a Long Form Confidentiality Agreement.
What topics does a One-Page NDA cover?
- Definition of Confidential Information
- Entitlements to relief
- Obligations regarding Third Parties
- Boilerplate language
What are the main decisions I need to make in creating a One-Page NDA?
- Confidential information will be defined generally to include any information disclosed by you to the recipient. You can choose to specify the confidential information or leave it generic.
- This agreement allows recipients to disclose information with your prior written consent. However, note that privity of contract prevents you from suing third parties directly in case of breach. You can choose to obligate the recipient to make sure that the third party also keeps information confidential by having them sign a separate NDA.
What other names does an NDA go by?
An NDA is also known as:
- Non-Disclosure Agreement
- Confidentiality Deed
- Confidentiality Deed Poll
- Confidentiality Agreement (CA)
- Proprietary Information Agreement (PIA)
- Secrecy Agreement (SA)
- Standard NDA
- Short-form NDA
- Non-disclosure letter (unilateral)
Frequently Asked Questions
The parties involved are you (the disclosing party) and the recipient.
Generally you would need this document when you want to protect confidential information but the other side won’t sign a Long Form Confidentiality Agreement.
This document is intended to keep the momentum of a deal going, offering some protection to you without hindering negotiations.
Both are enforceable, but the Long Form Confidentiality Agreement offers more modifications and options like having up to 5 named parties the disclosing group and receiving group.
Parties that will be named in the document and their details.
The permitted purpose, how the confidential information may be used and/or shared. For example, investigating, pursuing and implementing the Contemplated Agreement/Project.
There are several signing options available. How you sign largely depends on where the parties are located and if they will attend signing together. You can print on paper and sign, or use electronic signature tools such as Docusign or Hellosign.
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