13. Manner of calling upon society to make amendment to bye-laws
(1) Subject to the provisions of this rule, the Registrar may by serving a notice in Form 'E' call upon a society to make such amendment to the bye-laws of the society as he considers to be necessary or desirable in its interest, within a period not exceeding two months from the date of service of notice. The notice shall state the exact amendment which the society should make.
(2) For the purposes of sub-section (2) of Section 14, the Registrar shall send a copy of the notice to the State Federal Society duly notified under that sub-section with a request to offer its comments on the amendment within such time as may be specified by him. If the State Federal Society fails to offer its comments within the specified time, it may be presumed by the Registrar that the said society has no objection to the amendment.
(3) If after considering the comments of the State Federal Society, if any, the Registrar considers that there is no objection to registering the amendment, he shall send a written notice in Form 'F' by registered post to the registered address of the society calling upon it to show cause in writing, or through a properly authorised representative to appear before the Registrar on the date specified in the notice, as to why the proposed amendment should not be registered within the time specified in the notice in Form 'E'
(4) After the expiry of the period specified in the notice in Form 'E' and after considering the reply, if any, of the society and the views, if any, of the State Federal Society on such reply, the Registrar may, after considering the objections of the society (if any) to the proposed amendment, register the amendment.