What should the master of a tanker do if two or more consignments of oil, shipped by different shippers, are intentionally loaded into one tank, so that it becomes impossible to determine the respective shippers’ quantities on completion of loading.

Endorse and sign separate bills of lading to the effect that the shipments are “part cargoes”, or are “part of a bulk cargo”.

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What should a master do if multiple consignments are loaded but only one total figure is given on the bill of lading?

In what circumstances might two or more sets of bills of lading be requested by a shipper?