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    Post Which one is correct?

    Please forward the B/L copy to us when you have received it / Please forward the B/L when you received it

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    Re: Which one is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by MAJSH View Post
    Please forward the B/L copy to us when you have received it / Please forward the B/L when you received it
    You can use the present tense (receive) or the present prefect (have received). You can't use the past tense (received).
    That is, your first sentence is good, your second isn't; and you could also say:
    Please forward the B/L when you receive it.

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