If a representation is made individually and exclusively to one particular person, with no other person in contemplation, the person to whom the representation is made is obviously the sole representee. It is equally plain that if the representation is made to one person with knowledge on the part of the representor1 that the person to whom it is made is merely the agent of a particular principal (or of someone who, although undisclosed at the time, turns out to be that principal) for the purpose of receiving and transmitting the representation to the principal, the only representee is
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