Authorisation to release confidential information
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About this document
Signing a confidentiality agreement is only the first step towards protecting your confidential information. Simply put, a confidentiality agreement restricts the other party from disclosing or revealing your confidential information to any third party. An authorisation letter on the other hand lets you specify exactly who is entitled to receive the confidential information other than the person with whom you have made signed a confidentiality agreement.
This authorisation to release confidential information to third parties (employees, agents, advisors or any other party you choose) ensures your confidential information is not passed into the wrong hands. Use it to protect your interests.
Application and features
- Wide definitions cover most situations - agency, sale of business, software access, etc
- Extensive notes to guide you
- Plain English - of course
- Broadly defined confidential information
- Public domain exceptions carefully restricted
- Details specifically who may receive the information and how
- Damages quantified in advance
- Usual legal provisions to protect your interests
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current New Zealand law.
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