Confidentiality Agreement/Non-Disclosure Agreement Recitals Example 2

Confidentiality Agreement/Non-Disclosure Agreement Recitals Example 2

[HoundCo] desires to receive, and [Counterparty] is willing to supply, confidential information according to the terms and conditions set out herein.

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