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Lalalalalalalala! (With Fingers in Your Ears)

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Lalalalalalalala! (With Fingers in Your Ears)

So, as we already have seen in spades, Stiffy’s a baaaad many. Refusing or Ignoring a Customer’s Legitimate Instructions refers to instructions that are actually legitimate. Not only does this mean authorized, in the sense of a client being authorized to trade in that account (as discussed, Bertie is not authorized to trade in Bubbie’s account), but “legitimate” also means “within reason” and that is the context used in the Series 63 exam and seldom by Stiffy.

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