CDAs are typically signed when two companies or individuals need to agree on a business relationship and understand the processes used in the other company to assess the usefulness of that relationship. Confidentiality agreements may be reciprocal, so that both parties have restrictions on the use of the information made available or may only concern one party. In the Spanish legal order, the difference is about the same. The contract is a legally valid « agreement of will ». There may be an economic or other consideration, or there is no consideration, because free contracts (which the Civil Code refers to as a « simple gift ») are also recognized as the gift in which the receiving party gives nothing in exchange. Another difference is that the word « agreement » in legal Spanish is not usually used for a contract. Although in practice these are practically equivalent terms, there are in fact some differences, since the word « common law » refers to an enforceable agreement whose enforcement can be sought before the courts, whereas an agreement is only an agreement between the parties that may or may not contain the elements necessary for the grant of such enforcement. Thus, the term « contract » refers to a formal and binding agreement (binding) which, for its validity, imposes: a formal offer(offer), the acceptance of the other party (acceptance) and a counterpart (consistency) which may be of a monetary or non-monetary nature. A confidentiality agreement (NDA) can be considered unilateral, bilateral or multilateral. The concept of « convention » is used in certain areas, such as public administration (international policies often refer to conventions rather than agreements) or in family law (such as divorce agreements) and other areas. Here, too, it is the context that counts. Some of the common features mentioned in a confidentiality agreement are: a confidentiality agreement (ADC), a non-disclosure agreement or NDA, also known as contracts or confidentiality agreements, is a legal contract between at least two entities to share confidential documents or knowledge for specific purposes, while limiting their public use.
Officially, these texts can also be considered as a confidentiality and confidentiality agreement. A CDA creates a confidential relationship between participants to protect trade secrets. An ADC can therefore protect the information of a private company. A multilateral confidentiality agreement consists of three or more parties, in which at least one contracting party provides for the disclosure of information to other parties, and requires that the information be protected against further disclosure. This type of NDA eliminates the need to separate unilateral or bilateral NDAs only between two parties. For example, instead of three separate bilateral confidentiality agreements between the first and second, the second and third and third parts, a multi-page confidentiality agreement signed by three parties could be used. . .