This article posted on our partner site provides an overview of how a seller can minimize liability by qualifying what constitutes knowledge of a misrepresentation, with absolute knowledge being most favourable to a seller and constructive knowledge as least favourable. It enriches these observations with quantitative data on the overall use of such qualifiers in agreements.


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