Sorry, still don't understand.
You stated before that I'm applying the law correctly,
if I am, Case Law is ONLY on the transactions they provided and they are precluded from using transactions they have not included in their BOP.
It is a "limiting" procedure - as in, they are limited to use ONLY the transactions they provided.
A balance is not a transaction. The effect is adding all credits and debits of the transactions.
So in effect, one should only add up the transactions.
If they have provided a BoP from zero, where all of the transactions do ADD up to the Balance of $10,400, then yes, they can include every transaction.
But from I asked before and you stated I was applying correctly, they are precluded from using transactions they don't include and can only sue on the transactions they do include.
Again, using Civil Code
454 and Request for BoP is a "limiting" procedure.
From what your saying, they haven't limited anything.