At common law, as a rule, no remuneration is payable upon transactions between the principal and third persons introduced to him by the agent arising after the termination of the authority1, whether such transactions are due to the agent's introduction2 or not3. Remuneration may, however, be payable in respect of such later transactions if they are in fact part of a transaction in which the agent was employed4, or if there was an express term in the contract to that effect, or a clear intention to continue such remuneration after determination of the agent's employment can be discovered from
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