32A. CERTAIN SOCIETIES TO GIVE PASS BOOKS TO MEMBERS AND ENTRIES IN SUCH BOOK EVIDENCE OF AMOUNT DUE.
(1) A society which gives loans to its members [or a society or class of societies which the State Government may notify in the Official Gazette, from time to time,] shall furnish each member with a pass book, which shall contain an account members and of the transactions with the member, such as, the date of the transaction, the amount of loan advanced, the rate of interest, the repayment made by the member, the amount of the principle and interest due, and such other particulars as may be prescribed. The necessary entries shall be made in the pass book, from time to time, which shall be countersigned by such office-bearer of the society as may be authorised in this behalf by the committee. For this purpose, [the member] shall be bound to present the pass book to such office-bearer, and if the pass books is required to be kept for some time for making the necessary entries the member shall be granted a receipt therefor, by such office-bearer.
(2) The entries in the pass book duly made shall, until the contrary be proved, be prima facie evidence of the account of transactions of the society with the member.]