1. Whether the decree was passed by the Trail/Appellete Court on the basis of Compromise Deed and decree was passed on its terms and conditions binding upon the parties to it? What are the terms and conditions of the compromise, is most important.
2. Is it a covenant in the Compromise Deed that, "both the parties to the compromise shall be bound by the terms and conditions" of this (Compromise) deed? In case either of the party do not honour the terms and condition(s) set out therein, than the case shall proceed de-novo?
3. In the absence of Compromise Deed nothing can be presumed to form an opinion, you will agree.
4. Discuss with your lawyer if you are a party to it, if you are the Counsel for either of the party, consult a local senior and prudent lawyer practicing civil/revenue cases.