Brokerage


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Brokerage

 

the performance of certain functions related to transactionsonstock, commodity, and currency exchanges. These functions are carried out by brokerage houses and offices and by individual dealers and brokers.

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JJG: If a broker can prove in court that he or she was the "procuring cause" for a sale, or lease of real estate he will be entitled to a brokerage commission based on a percentage of the purchase price on a sale or based on a percentage of the rents in the event of a lease.
C&W Brokerage Professionals: Michael Burgio, Eric Deutsch (New York Midtown Office)
C&W Brokerage Professionals: Jules Nissim, Stan Danzig, Steve Elman.
C&W Brokerage Professionals: Mitchell Konsker, Paul Glickman, Mitti Liebersohn, Tarn Stacom, Matthew Astrachan, Joseph Fabrizi, Paul Amrich, Harry Greeley, Robert Giglio, Susan Kurland, James Downey, Robert Gallucci (Midtown New York office).
Notwithstanding these differences, one principle of brokerage law is fairly constant throughout the states: without a license or a reciprocal license from a particular state, a broker may not perform brokerage services in that state.