'Reason not to' or 'Reason to not'?



Could someone please explain the difference to me between these two wordings(?), if there is any? And if, or why, you prefer one over the other? I tried to look this up on Google, however the results did not help much.

E.g. I have no reason not to help him.
I have no reason to not help him.


asked Jun 12 '14 at 22:52 Em New member

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