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English definition of “no win, no fee”

no win, no fee

adjective [before noun]
 
 
LAW used to describe an arrangement between a lawyer and a client in which the lawyer gets paid only if he or she achieves a satisfactory result for the client: The lawyers have agreed to act on a no win, no fee basis for the group. → Compare contingency fee
(Definition of no win, no fee from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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