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Supreme Court of Canada won't hear Quebec man's The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed an appeal from a Quebec man who tried to claim a how can you tell if louis vuitton shoes are real $27 million jackpot based on a lottery ticket printed seven seconds after the cut off time.
On Thursday, Canada's top court said it would not hear Joel Ifergan's lottery case. The SCC dismissed his request for an appeal with costs. His first ticket printed with the May 23 draw date on it, but his second one came out seven seconds after 9:00, with the May 30 draw date printed at the top. That second ticket had all the winning numbers for the May 23 jackpot, but Loto Quebec rejected the claim because the ticket said May 30. "I'm really disappointed in the decision, and it's not because it's about the money," Ifergan told CTV News Channel after his case was dismissed Thursday. Ifergan says he's entitled to half of the $27 million awarded in the May 23 draw because his tickets were purchased ahead of the deadline, regardless of whether they were printed after it. He blames Loto Quebec's 10 second processing delay for denying him his share of the jackpot, which was awarded to another winner. "Loto Quebec during the trial never argued the fact that my request for the two tickets was in their system at 8:59.47," he told CTV Montreal. which I did." Ifergan added that Loto Quebec's slow processing system puts Quebecers at a "disadvantage" when compared to the rest of Canada. and you can't buy a ticket," he told The Canadian Press. gets processed and you get a ticket, even if it comes out five minutes later." "Had those tickets been bought anywhere else in Canada, I would have been a millionaire seven years ago," Ifergan said. The career accountant spent nearly seven years and $100,000 in legal fees fighting for his half of the jackpot. The Quebec Superior louis vuitton bags qatar Court and the Quebec Court of Appeal had also ruled against him in 2012 and 2014 respectively. "Yes, it cost me a lot of money, louis vuitton yellow epi alma but it also consumed me for seven years," he said. He added that the SCC did not provide an explanation with its ruling. "My crusade is up, I've done all I can, I spent enough money going to the Supreme Court," Ifergan told The Canadian Press The SCC typically does not provide an explanation when it chooses not to hear an appeal. Loto Quebec spokesman, Jean Pierre Roy, said he is satisfied with the Supreme Court's decision. "The (original) judgement was clear and convincing that Loto Quebec procedures were altogether reliable and integrated and were the right ones," Roy said. He added that no protocol changes are expected in the future. Ifergan was out for ice cream when he made a last minute decision to purchase a Super 7 draw ticket Ifergan says he stopped at a convenience store, where he was told he had less than a minute to buy the two tickets. The store's owner, Mehernosh Iranpur, says he sold Ifergan louis vuitton purses replica cheap the tickets, and Ifergan knew the second ticket was for the next draw. "I asked him, 'It's for next week. Do you want it or not?'" Iranpur said. "He says, 'No, I'll keep it.'" Ifergan says he and Iranpur were both confused by the situation. "It was the first time he'd ever seen it," Ifergan said. "Nobody knew.
" But Ifergan told The Canadian Press that he accepted the ticket. The Lotto Super 7 draw was discontinued in September of 2009 and replaced with Lotto Max. Participants in the Super 7 draw were able select their own numbers or opt for random ones.
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