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06:59 May 20, 2005
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French to English translations [PRO] Law/Patents - Law (general)
French term or phrase:convention d'apporteur d'affaires
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business broker agreement
Explanation: I have also seen this described as a "business opportunity intermediary" or "procurer", but I don't really like those terms.
You could use some variation on "finder" - and I suspect the intermediary will be paid a "finder's fee" if all goes well.
The trouble is a "business finder" is a very common term in *insurance*. I feel that the title could be misleading since this has nothing to do with insurance.
You really must avoid "agent" since the finder will NOT act in the name of the seller. He is there as a go-between, not as a representative of the seller.