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Re: Best way to sign an NDA/consent form?

From: David Woolley <forums@david-woolley.me.uk>
Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2018 00:48:04 +0000
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On 03/01/18 00:21, Steve Green wrote:
> That's not correct. According to the references below, unilateral NDAs may (but may not) need to be executed as a deed but bilateral NDAs do not.
> https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/non-disclosure-agreements/non-disclosure-agreements
> http://www.seqlegal.com/questions/do-ndas-need-be-witnessed

It does seem to say, when in doubt, use a deed, as it is easy to do, and 
"may not be enforceable" otherwise, if the agreement is one sided.  It 
advises against artificial attempts to make it mutual.

Certainly the only non-disclosure agreement I remember signing (a 
personal one, direct with the client, when I was working for a client as 
an employee of a software house) was done as a deed.  That was one 
sided, because the client was free to use anything I disclosed.
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