TRGL » Topics » 10.2. Permitted disclosures

This excerpt taken from the TRGL 10-Q filed Nov 10, 2008.

10.2.    Permitted disclosures


The circumstances referred to in sub-clause 9.1.a above are:


(a)     where the Confidential Information, before it is furnished to the other Party, is already in the public domain;


(b)     where the Confidential Information, after it is furnished to a Party, enters the public domain otherwise than as a result of (i) a breach by the same Party of its obligations in this Clause 9 or (ii) a breach by the person who disclosed that Confidential Information of a confidentiality obligation;


(c)     if and to the extent that the disclosing  Party, makes disclosure of the Confidential Information to any third party:


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