finder's fee


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finder's fee

Remuneration paid to a party that finds a client of a particular type. Cf Fee splitting.
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This type of agreement, like the finder's fee agreement, is required to be in writing or it will be rendered unenforceable by the Statute of Frauds of the applicable State.
In addition, it is offering a $200 finder's fee for anyone who recommends someone who completes the training.
will receive a finder's fee of 5% of the proceed of Unit A and Unit B plus agent's warrants A representing 10% of the subscribed Units A , each agent's warrant A entitling it to acquire one Unit A at a price of $0.
The Company will pay a finder's fee of 10% cash plus 10% Compensation Options.
A finder's fee of $47,250 in cash is payable on the transaction.
was paid a finder's fee of 189,000 common shares and 189,000 Warrants.
In connection with the private placement, a cash finder's fee of 6% was paid to persons at arm's length to Anaconda.
In connection with the private placement, a cash finder's fee of 6% will be paid to a person at arm's length to Anaconda.