A’s friend B, who was new to the town had no place to live. A permitted him to occupy his house till he could find an alternative suitable accommodation. A came to know that B was trying to sell this property. Alarmed, A goes to the court and files a suit against B for declaration of title and recovery of possession. Three days prior to the filing of the suit, without the knowledge of A, B sold this house to C for a consideration of Rs. 20 lakhs. The case is decided in A’s favour. Meanwhile while the litigation was pending, C, who considered himself to be the bonafide owner, donated the house for the purposes of running an orphanage. A now files a suit for eviction against the orphanage. Will he succeed? Discuss in light of the doctrine of Lis Pendens.
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