An agent has no right to receive remuneration from his principal unless there is a contract, express or implied, to that effect1. Where the parties have made an express contract for remuneration, the amount of remuneration and the conditions under which it will become payable must be ascertained by reference to the terms of that contract; no terms may be implied which would be inconsistent with such express agreement2. If money has been advanced against commission but the commission falls short of the advance, the difference must be repaid3.
In the absence of an express contract on the subject, a
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