receiving party

noun

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Procedural Law and Evidence
  • Business (Corporate) Law/Company Law
  • The Practice of Law

Definitions of receiving party

  • a person or institution that takes delivery of something, especially something official or important such as confidential information or important documents

    The "Disclosing Party" is the person disclosing secrets, and the "Receiving Party" is the person or company who receives the confidential information.

  • the person whose legal costs will be paid by the other side at the end of a court hearing

    (1) If the paying party and the receiving party agree the amount of costs, either party may apply for a costs certificate (either interim or final) in the amount agreed.

Phrase Bank for receiving party

  • In the event Confidential Information is inadvertently disclosed without the appropriate legend, the disclosing Party shall so notify the receiving Party immediately.

  • “Receiving Party” means the party receiving any Proprietary Information under this Agreement, whether such party is Bottler or Company.

  • Spousal maintenance comes to an end automatically if the receiving party remarries and it is possible to negotiate other terminating events.

  • In essence, confidentiality signals the disclosure of private or secret information which the receiving party cannot abuse.

  • “Confidential Information” does not include any information that the receiving party can demonstrate is: (a) rightfully known by the receiving party prior to

  • The Confidential Information shall be used by the receiving party and its employees only for purposes of performing the receiving party’s obligations hereunder.