Non-Disclosure Agreement


Looking to protect your business or work with another business but protect your business secrets?

The Non-Disclosure Agreement provides you with template document for use in your business as either the Discloser of confidential information or the Receiver of Confidential Information.


What’s included

This bundle includes one template document which covers:

1.      The Recipient’s confidentiality obligations

2.      The scope of any permitted disclosure

The bundle also includes drafting guidance notes so that you can make bespoke alterations to suit your business.


How to use The Non Disclosure Agreement

Following successful purchase of this bundle you will receive a zip file by email which you can download to your device.

The document includes one template containing a Non-Disclosure Agreement which you can review and amend to include your own business details.

Before using the template you will need to edit them for your business.

The template has square brackets where you need to enter your company information or chose an option e.g. to include or delete if these do not apply to your business, these sections have been highlighted for ease of use. By the time your template is ready to upload to use there should be no square brackets remaining.

You should also read the ‘Drafting Notes’ for each template not only will these help you to consider how to best protect your business but they also highlight some of the key elements and specific wording which reflect statutory requirements. These sections are mandatory and should not be changed.

It is anticipated that it will take you no more that 30 minutes to review and finalise your template for use within your business.

If you have any doubts about editing or using this template you should seek professional legal advice.


Why do I need these documents?

There are lots of reasons but here’s two:

1.      To protect your intellectual property or those who you want to work with – you’ll no doubt have spent hours upon hours, or at times years, creating ideas or content. You want to protect that and need to have the legal agreement in place to do so.

2.       To set the framework between you and those you work with – it can be helpful for parties to have a written agreement stipulating how they are permitted to use any confidential information obtained whilst working together.



  1. You are purchasing a template document this does not create a solicitor client relationship and the template is not to be construed as legal advice.

  2. On purchase you will be sent a link for a direct download.  At the point of purchase, you are confirming your express consent to receiving the download immediately. In agreeing to receive the download at the point of purchase you will lose your right to cancel and your right to a refund.

Should you have any questions about your purchase we will be happy to assist.