If the cargo as shipped is a full and complete cargo1, it is immaterial that there is a large space left which might have been filled if a different method of packing had been adopted, or that more cargo could have been carried if the goods tendered had been more compressed2. The contract may, however, provide that goods are to be shipped for broken stowage3, in which case the charterer is bound to fill any space which may be left after the specified cargo has been shipped4; but,
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