Actions in negligence for professional malpractice of auditors — When does a plaintiff discover a claim for the purpose of a limitation period? — Whether the proper test for discoverability of a claim for professional negligence is such that knowledge of a potential claim is sufficient — Whether a discovery based limitation period prescribed by a limitations statute begins to run when claimants know or ought reasonably to have known they had a potential claim or when claimants know or ought reasonably to have known that the defendant breached the standard of care — Limitation of Actions Act, S.N.B. 2009, c. L 8.5, s. 5. — granted 08/13/2020 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Appellant.

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