Any person by whose express or implied authority a representation was made is accountable to the representee1, if it should turn out to be false, and a claim for damages may be brought against the principal or the agent or against both2. Where the claim is solely for rescission or analogous relief, the remedy is against the principal only, for the contract is made with him and not with the agent
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