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A factor, literally a “doer” or “maker” from the Latin, is an agent that takes consigned goods from another party with the express purpose of selling them on the owner’s behalf for a commission. The agent works in a fiduciary capacity, that is with a legal obligation to act in the best interests “trust” of the owner.
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