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In the case of Reisenfeld & Co. v. Network Group Inc, the court decided the case in favor of the owner and Reisenfield who entered into a contract with the Network Group to receive commission compensation if the owner and the client were to go into alease transaction. Reisenfeld's commission agreement with Network was that Reisenfeld would receive $1 per square foot if a deal was concluded between Dick's Clothing & Sporting Goods and Builders Square, Inc. Dick's did complete the deal, and Reisenfeld's commission share would have been $160,320 in commissions from the Dick's/BSI sublease. However, as the Network Group was defrauding the owner, and did not receive any commission it subsequently failed to pay the agreed sum to Reiseenfield. It was clear that the income of Reiseenfield is dependent upon the payment being made by the owner. Network's sole shareholder, Mark Aronds, was defrauding BSI in various ways, among which he was accused of taking commissions