Do you write that up as a defect? Example: dishwasher and garbage disposal share the same grounded (neutral) conductor. This is a common wiring practice
If you don’t, I’d recommend it. Here’s the hazard: you need to change the garbage disposal. You flip its breaker off. You’re working on the neutral conductor and someone turns on the dishwasher. The neutral is now a current carrying conductor. Ouch! Begin to curse wife!
Photo below: 2 lower breakers serve 2 kitchen appliances. One neutral.