4. Ownership of confidential information. The recipient accepts that all confidential information remains the property of Discloser and that the Discloser may use this confidential information for any purpose without obligation to the recipient. None of these elements should be construed as granting or implying a transfer of rights to the recipient in confidential information or patents or other intellectual property rights for the purpose of protecting or in relation to confidential information. CONSIDERING that the recipient is willing to obtain the disclosure of the confidential information for the purposes of the – in accordance with the terms of this agreement; 5. Duration and termination. The obligations under this agreement remain in effect until the confidential information provided to the recipient is no longer confidential. NOW THEREFORE, in exchange for the reciprocal commitments of the Discloser and the beneficiary under this agreement, the parties agree: 6. The survival of rights and obligations. This agreement is applicable to beneficiaries and transfer and is enforceable by: a) Discloser, its successors and the beneficiaries of the transfer; and (b) the beneficiaries, successors and beneficiaries of the transfer. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties implemented this agreement with effect on the aforementioned date.
2.3 Protection of secrecy. The recipient undertakes to take all reasonable steps to protect the secrecy of confidential information and prevent confidential information from reaching the public or in the possession of unauthorized persons. 3. Restrictions on confidential information. Confidential information is not considered property and the recipient is not required, as far as this information is concerned, if the information: (c) was received by a third party without violating this agreement, without limitation on the use and disclosure of the information; This Agreement is concluded on and between ______mit the registration offices – a confidentiality or confidentiality agreement is essential for an inventor or other party who must protect confidential information. With the increasing importance of confidential information, the relative complexity of the agreement is also increasing. This page contains only the fundamentals of a confidentiality agreement. The model contract presented does not contain the more complex elements that would be required in a broader agreement.
This page is divided into two parts: (e) has been ordered by a government authority for publication. 1. Disclosure. The Discloser accepts disclosure and the recipient agrees to receive the confidential information. (b) no unlawful act of the recipient has been made public; (d) was developed independently of the recipient, without using confidential information; or (a) the recipient was known prior to the receipt of Discloser`s confidential information; CONSIDERANT that Discloser has certain ideas and information about – that are confidential and are the property of Discloser (hereafter referred to as “Confidential Information”); and 2.2 No disclosure.