|Posted: September 6, 2006, 12:59 am - IP Logged|
Does anyone in Legal land actually have the wording to Karafa v. New Jersey State Lottery, 129, N.J. Super. 499, 502-03 (Ch. Div. 199) ............ holding that a winning ticket must be presented for payment and unless that is done, payment cannot be made, and NJL is not rsponsible for lost or stolen tickets. Is there an exception to this ruling? and how does one mitigate if there were?