Customized China NNN Agreement

Customized drafting service of a bilingual Non-disclosure, Non-use and Non-circumvention Agreement, prepared by a vetted experienced lawyer

US $1,960

Customized Bilingual NNN Agreement

A vetted, experienced English-speaking lawyer with first-hand experience in China will draft the NNN Agreement for you in both English and Chinese versions.

It is a “must have” for outsourcing, that is, if your company considers engaging a Chinese company to manufacture products based on your design and use your IP.

Receive in 5 Business Days

The first draft of the agreement will be delivered to your Trustiics dashboard in 5 business days once the lawyer receives all the necessary information.

What do you need to do?

When you place the order, you will be asked to complete a form to provide the information needed for the lawyer to draft the agreement, such as your and your counterparty’s company name, address, the relationship of the signing parties, and the context of your needs for such a contract.

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One of the following vetted lawyers who responds to your request first will get the assignment and provide the service for you

Beijing, China
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5/5
Bing Li
10+ years of experience
Subject Expertise
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Corporate
  • Legal Due Diligence
  • Compliance
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Legal Document Translation
Beijing, China
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Phil Wang
10+ years of experience
Subject Expertise
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Corporate
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Private Equity / Venture Capital
  • Legal Due Diligence
  • Capital Markets & Securities
Beijing, China
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5/5
Sylvia Zhang
15+ years of experience
Subject Expertise
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Corporate
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Legal Due Diligence
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • International Trade

Legal Q&A

What do "non-disclosure," "non-use," and "non-circumvention" mean in an NNN Agreement?

“Non-disclosure” means that the counterparty cannot disclose any confidential information you provide. “Non-use” means that the counterparty cannot use your intellectual property for any purposes other than for your benefit under the contract. “Non-circumvention” means that your manufacturing contractor may not circumvent you and sell to your customers directly, usually at a lower price.

What is the goal of an NNN Agreement?

An NNN Agreement aims to prevent the local manufacturer, OEM, or supplier from disclosing your intellectual property or design to a third party, using your intellectual property to benefit themselves without your permission, or bypassing you to do business directly with your customer.

What is the difference between an NDA and an NNN Agreement, and when should I use each one?

An NDA (non-disclosure agreement) prohibits one or more parties from disclosing confidential information to third parties, while an NNN (non-disclosure, non-use, and non-circumvention) agreement not only prohibits the disclosure of confidential information but also prevents the other party from using that information for their benefit or bypassing you to do business directly with your customers.


You might use an NDA if you only need to protect against the disclosure of confidential information, whereas an NNN Agreement may be more appropriate if you are outsourcing manufacturing or production to a third party, as it can provide broader protection against the misuse of your intellectual property.

Who typically uses NNN Agreements?

NNN Agreements are commonly used by businesses that outsource manufacturing, production, or other services to third-party suppliers or vendors, particularly in countries like China where intellectual property protection may be weaker. They are often used in industries such as electronics, fashion, and consumer goods.

Can you provide some examples of situations where an NNN Agreement would be useful?

An NNN Agreement can be useful in a variety of situations. For example, if you are a fashion designer who wants to have your designs manufactured in China, you might use an NNN Agreement to prevent your manufacturer from copying your designs or selling them to other companies.

 

Similarly, if you are a technology company that wants to outsource the production of a new product, you might use an NNN Agreement to prevent your manufacturer from stealing your proprietary technology or selling it to your competitors.

Why do I need a China qualified lawyer to draft a China NNN Agreement instead of using an internet template?

While internet templates may seem like a quick and easy solution, they are often generic and may not be tailored to your specific business needs. Using an internet template may result in an agreement that lacks the necessary legal language to ensure enforceability in China.

 

To ensure that your China NNN Agreement is properly customized and provides maximum protection, it’s best to work with a China-qualified lawyer who has first-hand experience in the region. They will be able to provide invaluable expertise in creating an agreement that is enforceable in Chinese courts and can protect your business interests. A China-qualified lawyer can also help you navigate the complex legal system in China and can assist you in enforcing your NNN Agreement if necessary.

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