procuring cause

procuring cause
The act which effects a sale or transaction. 12 Am J2d Brok § 189. As the basis of a broker's right to his commissions, the term refers to the cause originating from a series of events that without break in their continuity results in the prime object of the employment of the broker. Roth v Thomson, 40 Cal App 208, 215; Smith v Preiss, 117 Minn 392, 136 NW 7.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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