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A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as an NDA or a confidentiality agreement, is a contract that prevents one party from releasing secret information binds a recipient of secret information, including trade secrets or proprietary business information, to outside parties. If the party violates the non disclosure agreement, they could be liable for damages. A non-compete agreement should often be used with an NDA to prevent a business or individual from performing competitive activities in the same industry.

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North Carolina Non-Disclosure Agreement: What Is It?

The goal of a North Carolina non-disclosure agreement is to protect confidential business information. Since a North Carolina non-disclosure agreement is a legally binding contract, employees and contractors should sign the agreement before they begin work for a business.

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