DEFINITION
Principal Parties in Interest

Those persons in a transaction that receive the primary benefit, monetary or otherwise, from the transaction.  Generally, the principals in a transaction are the seller and the buyer.  In most cases, the forwarding or other agent is not a principal party in interest.

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