Ammendments to kerala land conservancy act 2008

Retired Bank Manager

Can statutory boards(Plaintiff) that have lost civil cases on rights to property, filed by it earlier against party's(Defendants) in all the courts including the Honorable High Court of Kerala, again reopen cases by taking advantage of the amendments to the Kerala Land Conservancy ACT 2008? Does res-judicata and estoppel not prevail? Also the Honorable High Court of Kerala while dismissing the plea in line with other courts has added "the finding of the court below does not give raise to any question of law, much less any substantial question of law for consideration in appeal under Section 100 of the code of civil procedure".All the Honorable court's had dismissed the plea of the plaintiff statutory body as miserably failed to prove its rights or title on the said property. In this case, the statutory body is the Cochin Devaswom Board(Plaintiff) and the defendants were our ancestors. The onus to prove their title was on the Plaintiff. Also, is not the fresh notice sent to us, tantamount to contempt of the Majesty the Law?

 
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