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    No correction would be applied to bill of lading

    I would like to know if this sentence is correct! Also the difference between using "would be applied" & "will be applied" in meaning.

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    Re: No correction would be applied to bill of lading

    Quote Originally Posted by yegili View Post
    I would like to know if this sentence is correct! Also the difference between using "would be applied" & "will be applied" in meaning.
    Your sentence with "would" appears incomplete. "Would" introduces a conditional aspect, we expect a condition: there would be no correction if certain conditions were met, for example.

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