In a claim in equity and common law against solicitors who had obtained a secret profit from the sale of their clients' property at an undervalue, time began to run on the common law claims for limitation purposes when the claimants knew the gist of the claim for damages for causing the property to be sold at an undervalue. The date of knowledge for each of the claims (common law and equitable) arose more than six years before the date of the issue of the claim form and they were statute-barred (Page v Hewetts Solicitors).