My mother would like to serve the following eviction notice.
This notice is to inform you that your tenancy at the rented house and premises having house number___________ in Kerala state, will be terminated in accordance of the THE KERALA BUILDINGS LEASE ACT, 2002 and other relevant laws.
The building is in such a condition that it needs to be demolished and reconstructed. The landlord requires vacant possession of the premises to demolish and reconstruct the building for re-renting to a suitable tenant who would look after the house and premises properly abiding laws. It is also understood that the you cease to occupy the building continuously for more than six months and that you have other places for accommodation and stay.
You are required to vacate the premises and remove all your possessions from the premises by this date: __________. All keys to the premises are be to returned upon your moving out.
Failure to vacate the premises by the above date will be considered as trespassing to our property and obstruction to demolish and reconstruct the building and you will be imposed a compensation of Rs. 5000.00 per day.
Question 1. Is it okay to serve the notice by mail?
Question 2. The tenant has 3 children and they are all grown up and now living elsewhere off the rented house. Wil the notice be sent to them as well?
Question 3. What if they refuse to accept notice?
Kindly advice on these matters and the legality of it. Thanks very much.