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A Unilateral Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement is used by someone who wishes to safely share their sensitive information with another. This enables the party to 0ly disclose their information in complete confidence that the valuable information will be kept private by the other party.
A promise to repay a certain amount on demand or at a specific time.
This Promissory Note is a contract between two or more parties where one party agrees to repay to the other a certain sum of money, subject to certain terms. This Attorney Drafted "Balloon Payment" note requires payment on the interest only, at specified periods, and one final lump payment of the principal at the end of the term. Use this document to ensure that your loan is safe, fair, and legal whether you are the lender or the borrower.
This Promissory Note is a contract between two or more parties whereby one party agrees to repay to the other party a certain sum of money on a given date. This attorney drafted document requires the payment to be in one lump payment due at a set date, and is not secured by any collateral. Use this note to ensure that any loans you give or receive are fair and enforceable.
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