The burden is on the representee1 of establishing that the representation was made by the person alleged to be the representor or, where he is not alleged to have personally made it, with his authority2. Where either personal representation or express authority is relied on by the representee, the questions whether the alleged representation was made, and whether express authority was given, are questions of fact3, subject to the question of law whether there is any evidence in support of either allegation. Where implied authority is relied on, it is necessary that the circumstances proved or admitted to exist
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