789. Constituent elements of the claim for deceit.

In any proceedings for deceit the burden is on the representee1 of alleging and (except in so far as any of them are either expressly or impliedly admitted before or at the trial) proving all of the following matters: (1) that the alleged representation consisted of something said, written or done which amounts in law to a representation2; (2) that the defendant was the representor3; (3) that the claimant was the representee; (4) that the representation was false