Where a misrepresentation is made by more than one person, and is made fraudulently, then, in a claim for damages, all those who concurred in the fraud are, as in the case of any other tort, both jointly and severally answerable to the representee1 for the whole amount of the damages2. A judgment recovered against one such representor is not a bar to a claim against any other representor3. Each of the representors may recover contribution from any of the others to an amount which
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