What led to the acceptance of the SLM order with a trigger price outside circuit limits, without rejection?

It is a type of order placed with a broker to buy or sell a security once the market price reaches a specified stop price. Once the stop loss price is reached, the SLM order becomes a market order, and the security is bought or sold at the best available price. The trigger price is the price at which a stop-loss Market order is activated. In the case of a SLM order, it is the price at which the market order is triggered. 

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