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Can you try using below? var list = web.TryGetList("Title"); I think the problem with your SSOM code is quite obvious. Let me know if snippet above works.
This is a common pitfall and a good reason to look into your backup routines, especially before patching as there is no way to uninstall a patch. Sadly, the only easy way would be if you have a test/staging farm where you have the same patch level as the site collection were at during the backup, restore it there and then move it to a separate content ...
A SharePoint 2013 Workflow is not stored in the content database therefore when you do a backup of a Site Collection and restore it on another server, you have to save all the 2013 workflows as a template, upload and activate them under /_catalogs/solutions/Forms/AllItems.aspx and activate them as a feature on your site.
First you test your database by running Test-SPContentDatabase -name WSS_Content_DB -webapplication http://sitename If you get errors, solve them. When you have no errors, continue with Mount-SPContentDatabase "MyDatabase" -DatabaseServer "MyServer" -WebApplication http://sitename This example mounts an existing database to the sitename web ...
If the user has deleted anything in the site, it will be in recycle bin. But if the file is removed from the recycle bin, then it will be stored anywhere. If you are looking for default pages from the "site pages" library, then it is not a problem. You can get it from the another site/ site collection "site pages" library which is using the same site ...
Check this similar thread thread - https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/7a665b5a-b2ba-4308-a3a3-f6c184d71187/back-up-restore-tenants-in-a-multi-tenant-sharepoint-2013-environment?forum=sharepointadmin
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