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shippingAddressErrors property, if present, contains an
AddressErrors object whose contents provide error messages for one or
more of the values in the
PaymentAddress specified as
var addressErrors = PaymentDetailsUpdate.shippingAddressErrors;
AddressErrors object, which contains
describing errors in the properties of a
PaymentAddress. For each
PaymentAddress, a property by the same name is found in
shippingAddressErrors if and only if a validation error occurred for that
property. In that case, the property in
shippingAddressErrors is a string
describing the validation error, ideally including suggestions about fixing the error.
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