An agent who is required by law to possess a particular qualification to enable him to act as such is not entitled to any remuneration if at the time when he rendered the services in respect of which the remuneration is claimed he was not so qualified1; nor is an agent entitled to any remuneration in respect of transactions in the course of which he has been guilty of wilful misconduct2 or breach of faith, whether his principal has been damnified thereby or not3, or where the receipt of money for the services he has provided is illegal
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