Often, the applicant has sufficient facts to meet the basic conditions necessary to represent his case before the appeal can continue, but merging the components before the expiry of the limitation period may be a race against time. By extending the period during which an appeal may be lodged, the applicant reserves the right to appeal in the event of loss of rights. Therefore, if you have been asked to sign a toll agreement, it is presumed that you have been aware of the acts, omissions and errors that could lead to a claim. In other words, if you have been asked to sign a toll contract before the coverage period during which your right is initially claimed and you do not report it to your insurance company, you are not insured for the right. . . .