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2.2 - Are you limited to buying one certificate on your turn?

1827Jr, 1841, 1849, 1873, 1898 Yes; except that when launching a company you may buy up to 40% at once.
1829 Mainline, Poseidon No.
1830, 1832, 1850, 1870, 18C2C, 18MW Yes, unless in brown zone of market. In the case of shares in the brown zone, multiple shares may be purchased from the bank pool as a single purchase.
1831 Yes, with Government Intervention. Without GI, yes until 4 trains are bought, then 2 certificates until 7 trains, then 4 certificates.
1858 Yes. Starting a company or putting up a private for auction also count as a 'buy action'.
18EZ Level 1 Not Applicable (no share dealing).
Crisis Yes, unless the grey zone of market applies. This restriction does not apply to forced purchases. 'Fast floating' is an alternative.
Rolling Stock Yes; except that when launching a company you will always acquire 50% of the new company.
Steam Over Holland Yes, unless starting a company, when you must buy a number of shares equal to the current phase number as one purchase.
Rest Yes.

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