All questions of damage are questions of fact, the burden of establishing which lies upon the representee1, subject to the following, which are questions of law, namely: (1) whether there is any evidence of the alleged damage having been sustained at all; (2) whether, if sustained, it is of the kind which the law recognises; (3) whether there is any evidence that the damage was in fact caused by the representee's belief in the truth of the misrepresentation; and (4) whether the proved damage was the natural and direct consequence of the misrepresentation
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