724. The representor.

The following is a general statement of the rules for determining which persons are deemed to be representors. In the first place, only the person who actually made the representation is liable for its consequences, unless it was made on behalf of a principal or partner, in which case the principal or partner is deemed the representor, or one of the two representors, as the case may be1. Secondly, an agent who has a co-agent, or who is a sub-agent, does not, merely as such, make the co-agent or the intermediate agent, as the case may be, liable as