Thiruvananthapuram, Nov 17 (UNI) The Government has issued fresh notice to the administrators of the Trivandrum Golf Club asking them to vacate the property.
The notice points out that the club authorities have violated the lease agreement and asked them to submit their explanation within six weeks.
The notice, issued through a Tahsildar, asks them to vacate the 25.38 acre property within two years.
The Kerala High Court had ruled that the government could take over the property by serving proper notice to the club authorities.
The club, established in 1850, is said to be the oldest golf course in the world outside Great Britain.
The golf pavilion in the club premises had been declared a heritage building by the Archaeology Department.
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