With regard to immovables belonging to A. Person B fraudulently claiming rights over the said immovable properties executed registered documents. But later the rights of the said person B was rejected by a civil court of law. Person A was not a party to that proceedings. Now person A wants to clear the cloud over the title of his immovables created by fraudulent person B. What is the legal remedy. Should person A again file fresh suit to setaside those documents executed by the said fraudulent person B.
If the title of A over his immovable property is affecting due to B then A has to file civil suit against B. Get the copy of judgment from court and discuss the case with expert lawyer for further litigation requirement.
1. Property Owner "A" has no locus standi or jurisdiction to file any type of suit, for self-declaration of his title ownership over his properties. The order of court in case of "B" is self-sufficient for all futuristic legal purposes.