finder's fee contract

finder's fee contract
An arrangement by which an intermediary finds, introduces, and brings together parties to a business opportunity, leaving the ultimate negotiation and consummation of the business transaction to the principals. Equity Benefit Life Ins. Co. v. Trent, Okl., 566 P.2d 449, 453

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