A second class of case arises where one person makes a representation to another person, either with an express direction or authority to repeat it to a third person, or with intent that it should come to the third person's notice and be acted upon by him. Such an intent is presumed in law on proof of the fact that the representor1 contemplated at the time that the person to whom the representation was made would pass it on to the third person for him to act upon
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