A representee in law includes: (1) any person to whom the representation was physically and directly made, or any principal or partner of such person; (2) any specific person, not coming within the description in head (1) above, but whom the representor1, either actually or in contemplation of law, intended the representation to reach and influence; and (3) any individual member of the public, or of a class, who has acted upon a representation addressed to the public or the class2.
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