The plot of land was irrevocably considered as land that fell outside the forest’s boundaries. A later decision characterized it as forest. The overturning of res judicata is a breach of legal certainty.
JUDGMENT Şamat v. Turkey 21.01.2020 (no. 29115/07) see here SUMMARY Res judicata and legal certainty. The applicants, already deceased, in 1989 and 1994 purchased a plot of land near a forest area in Istanbul., which had already been declared non-forest by a 1979 decision. Following a recent report by the cadastral office in the area, […]