A sub-agent may render the ultimate principal liable if the proved circumstances of the case are such that the ultimate principal and the intermediate agent must be deemed to have intended and agreed that the latter should, or might, appoint a substitute for the purpose of discharging in his stead, and on behalf of the former, duties involving the making of representations of the character of that sued upon
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