In terms of reliance killer clauses, a lot of judges do not want to enforce them. They are mainly used for investment securities transactions. In Slack v. James in South Carolina, the judge did not enforce a reliance killer clause in a real estate case where the buyer accused the seller of misrepresentation.
Reliance killing knowledge does not tend to have any specific legal connection. This term refers to whether or not searching up knowledge through a system such as Google, rather than relying on one's own knowledge is a reliance killing knowledge factor.
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