The measure of damages for a breach of warranty of authority is the measure normally applicable in contract, namely loss actually sustained by the third person as the natural and probable consequence of the non-existence of the authority or such as both parties might reasonably expect to result as a probable consequence of the breach of warranty1. In the case of a contract made without authority and repudiated by the principal, the loss will be the amount that could have been recovered from the principal on a claim for breach of the contract if it had in fact been
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