This was a claim by a yacht broker for commission. The Defendant denied the broker was entitled to a commission as the Listing Agreement had been terminated and the vessel was sold to a person who had not been introduced by the broker. The Prothonotary found, however, that the Defendant terminated the Listing Agreement to sell the vessel himself and that the Defendant knew, or was wilfully blind, to the fact that the purchaser was purchasing the vessel on behalf of a person introduced by the broker. The Prothonotary therefore held that the yacht broker was the effective cause of the sale and was entitled to a commission of 10%. The Prothonotary was not satisfied, however, with the evidence as to the purchase price of the vessel since the price was paid in cash in paper bags. He therefore based the commission on a previous arms length offer.