no win no fee

no win no fee no ˌwin no ˈfee also no win, no fee LAW
a phrase used in advertising a lawyer's services, showing that if a customer loses their legal case, they will not have to pay the lawyer
— no win no fee adjective [only before a noun] :

• `no win no fee' agreements between lawyers and clients


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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