A bill of lading is usually drawn in a set of three, numbered consecutively1, and it is provided that, any one of the set being accomplished, the others are to be void2.
Where a bill of lading is issued in a set, and the shipper is in possession of more than one part, the different parts cannot be transferred to different persons so as to give each of them an indefeasible right to claim the goods from the carrier
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