A contract made expressly for the benefit of a third person may be enforced by any party to the contract or such third person at any time before the parties rescind it.
If the third person is only incidentally benefited by performance of the contract, the third person is not entitled to maintain an action to enforce it. The third person must have been a person intended to be benefited by the contract.
[It is not necessary that the contract identify by name the third person. The third person may recover if that person is one of a class of persons for whose benefit the contract was made.]