That would be most fair but not necessarily required by law. Ultimate answer is what you agree on. Please call me at my office to discuss options at 4102822700
No statute on point that I'm aware of. You will be caused to sue on your contract and assert there was an agreement regarding the seller fees.
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There is no law that requires your friend to pay you 1/2 the value of a real estate commission when no realtor is involved.
Some have used that tactic as a negotiating point. However, the other side could call your bluff and say go ahead and list the property for sale and pay the real estate commission.
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