103. Remuneration must be earned.

The following rules, derived from common law, must be read as being subject to legislative provision relating to commercial agents1, where such provision applies2.

In order to entitle the agent to receive his remuneration, he must have carried out that which he bargained to do3, and all conditions imposed by the contract must have been fulfilled4, unless the principal by his conduct estops himself from relying on them5. He is not, however, deprived of his right to remuneration, where he has done all he undertook to do6, by the fact that the transaction is not beneficial to the principal7, or