Posted by **nickeisha** on Thursday, April 3, 2008 at 8:56pm.

with regard to statute of limitation the term "tolling" means A.stopping the clock B.speeding up the clock C.expiration of the time on the clock or D.resetting the clock to zero.

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**nickeisha**, Thursday, April 3, 2008 at 9:39pm
Many, but not all, statutes of limitation may be subject to equitable "tolling". This "tolling" means that the clock on the limitation time period will not start to tick until the customer discovers or reasonably should have discovered the fraud. Tolling (or not starting the clock) may often be appropriate where the customer has continued to rely upon the broker for a long period after the initial investment and the broker continues to conceal the wrongdoing.

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