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You are the owner of a company that stores merchandise for outlet stores for a period of time between shipment from the manufacturer and when the outlet stores actually stock the merchandise. this arrangement allows for the manufacturers to ship out merchandise on time and for outlet stores to stock it at a time that won’t be disruptive to shoppers. as a warehouser, you owe a duty of

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