An auctioneer, as agent of the seller1, may have usual or apparent authority to make warranties binding on his principal2. Where the auctioneer makes unauthorised representations, he may be personally liable to the buyer for breach of warranty of authority3. He will also have to indemnify his seller if he makes representations rendering the latter liable to the buyer, for example in misrepresentation
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