14. POWER TO DIRECT AMENDMENT OF BY-LAWS
(1) If it appears to the Registrar that an amendment of the by-laws of a society direct is necessary or desirable in the interest of such society, he may call upon the society, in the manner prescribed, to make the amendment within such time as he may specify.
(2) If the society fails to make the amendment within the time specified, the Registrar may, after giving the society an opportunity of being heard and after consulting such State federal society as may be notified by the State Government register such amendment, and issue to the society a copy of such amendment certified by him. With effect from the date of the registration of the amendment in the manner aforesaid, the by-laws shall be deemed to have been duly amended accordingly; and the by-laws as amended shall, subject to appeal (if any), be binding on the society and its members.