Subject to the operation of statutory provisions relating to commercial agents1, an agent who is prevented from earning his remuneration by the conduct of the principal is entitled to recover damages only if he can show some term of the contract of which the principal is in breach2. If an implied term is asserted, the agent must show that the term is necessary to give business efficacy to the contract3. Where the agent has done everything to entitle him to receive his remuneration, the measure of damages is the full amount of remuneration which he would have received if
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