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Australian Government Confidentiality Agreement

Similarly, a non-soliciting clause prevents one party from marketing staff members or contractors of the other party in the agreement. Whenever confidential information needs to be exchanged between two parties, it is a good idea to use a confidentiality or confidentiality agreement. This agreement will help formalize the relationship and create remedies when confidential information is made public. Although laws may vary depending on your jurisdiction, a confidentiality agreement may be legally applicable if the recipient of the confidential information does not respect its obligation of confidentiality (i.e. the responsibility for the secrecy of the information) or threatens to make the information public. However, it is important to note that it is for a court to decide whether a confidentiality agreement can be enforced or not, and the court`s decision may be influenced by the length, nature of the confidential information and the circumstances of the agreement. This agreement is reached on the date and between the name of the party (the revealing party) whose address is the address of the revealing party and the name of the receiving party (the ”receiving party”) whose address is the address of the receiving party. The parties agree that: at its discretion, the disclosure party will provide the receiving party with certain confidential and protected information, in order to allow the receiving party to assess its interest in the purposes assigned to the disclosure of confidential information, in accordance with the following conditions:1. DefinitionIn this agreement, ”confidential information” is the information that the receiving party receives from the party that has been identified as ”confidential” and/or ”owner” or that is logically considered ”confidential” and/or ”owner” with respect to the entire relationship. Any oral information, written for, electronically or by any other means, identified as confidential and/or proprietary by the party at the time of disclosure, is treated by the recipient party as confidential information.2. Protection and purposeAll ”confidential information” is treated confidentially by the receiving party and is not disclosed to third parties and is protected with the same care as the receiving party normally uses it to protect its own confidential and proprietary information, but in no case with less than reasonable care. The receiving party does not use the ”confidential information” it has received from the revealing party, except for the purposes of the above assessment.3