(4) The husband will have the right to visit frequently with the child(ren) outside the wife’s residence as often as is reasonably convenient to the wife, husband and child(ren). Visits will include, but not be limited to, the following times: (i) two days each week from.m. In other words, the nondisclosure agreement typically only requires the receiving party to maintain information in confidence when that information has been directly supplied by the disclosing party. However, it is sometimes easier to get a receiving party to sign a simple agreement that is shorter, less complex and does not contain safety provisions protecting the receiver. Use of non-disclosure agreements are on the rise in India and is governed by the Indian Contract Act 1872. Use of an NDA is crucial in many circumstances, such as to tie in employees who are developing patentable technology if the employer intends to apply for a patent. Non-disclosure agreements have become very important in light of India's burgeoning outsourcing industry. In India, an NDA must be stamped to be a valid enforceable document. (4) When the matrimonial home is sold, the proceeds will be applied as follows and in the following order: (i) to real estate commission, legal fees relating to the sale and any other expenses of the sale; (ii) to the charges, encumbrances and liens incurred prior to the date of this agreement or jointly by the husband and wife afterwards; and (iii) to payment of the balance as follows: (a) to the wife_____ per cent; (b) to the husband_____ per cent. (5) If the parties cannot agree on the terms of sale, either may apply to the court under the appropriate statute to have the issue determined. In other words, it contains intellectual property that someone else couldn't just think of, and is therefore in need of official legal protection.