On receipt of the goods from a previous carrier, the subsequent carrier must give him a dated and signed receipt and enter his name and address on the second copy of the consignment note1. He must check the accuracy of the statements in the consignment note as to the number of packages and their marks and numbers, and must check the apparent condition of the goods and their packaging2. If he has no reasonable means of checking the accuracy of the statements in the consignment note, he must enter his reservations, specifying the grounds on which they are based,
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