Kerala Court allows Sr. Lucy to stay at Franciscan Clarist Congregation convent

In a major development, the Kerala court has allowed Sister Lucy Kalappura to stay at the convent of the Franciscan Clarist Congregation (FCC) until the case regarding her eviction is decided.  Mananthavady Munsiff Court has granted Sister Lucy permission to continue her stay at the Karakkamala Convent of the FCC. This implies that the Church now cannot evict Sister Lucy till the final dispersal of the suit, pending before the court.

Recently, the Kerala High Court had said police protection against eviction cannot be provided to Kalappura, who has been expelled from the FCC for alleged violations of its rules, at the Karackamala convent, where she is presently staying.

Sr. Lucy, who had argued her case in person, told the high court that she has challenged the order of eviction against her before a civil court and till that is decided she wishes to continue staying at the convent. The court had referred the case back to the Munsiff court. The High Court had said that her life and property can be protected by the police at any other place of residence, but not at the convent.

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