Where there is an appreciable interval between the date when the representation is made and the date when the representee1 alters his position on the faith of the representation, and the representation relates to an existing state of things, the representor2 is deemed to be repeating his representation at every successive moment during the interval unless he withdraws or modifies it by timely notice to the representee in the meantime3. It follows that if, during the intervening period, events happen by reason of which the representation is not substantially in accordance with the facts existing at the time when
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