77. ACTS OF SOCIETIES ETC. NOT TO BE INVALIDATED BE CERTAIN DEFECTS
(1) No act of a society or a committee or any officer, done in good faith in pursuance of the business of the society shall be deemed to be invalid by reason only of some defect subsequently discovered in the organisation of the society, or in the constitution of the committee, or in the appointment or election of an officer or on the ground that such officer was disqualified for his office.
(2) No act done in good faith by any person appointed under this Act, the rules and the by-laws shall be invalid merely by reason of the fact that his appointment has been cancelled by or in consequence of any order subsequently passed under this Act, Rules and the by-laws.
(3) The Registrar shall decide whether any act was done in good faith in pursuance of the business of the society; and his decision thereon shall be final.