The defendant employed the plaintiff to find a tenant for his premises. When the plaintiff was telephoning to prospective tenant ‘X’, a third party ‘Y’, overhead the conversation, ascertained the locality from X, went to the premises where there was a “To Let” board with the address of the defendant and engaged the premises. The plaintiff claims his remuneration. Is the claim tenable? Discuss.
By Mayank ShekharPublished on 21 Aug 2023 5:42 AM GMT
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