93. TRANSFER OF DISPUTES FROM ONE CO-OPERATIVE COURT TO ANOTHER SUSPENSION OF PROCEEDINGS IN CERTAIN CASES
(1) Where any dispute is referred to any Co-operative Court, the President of the Co-operative Appellate Court may, at any time, for reasons to be recorded in writing, withdraw such dispute from that Court and may refer it for decision to any other Co-operative Court as he deems fit.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act, the Co-operative Court, on an application made to it by any of the parties to the dispute, may. if it thinks fit, suspend any proceedings in respect of any dispute, if the question at issue between a society and a claimant or between different claimants, is one involving complicated questions of law and fact, until the question has been tried by a regular suit instituted by one of the parties or by the society. If any such suit is not instituted in a Civil Court Within two months from the date of the order of the Co-operative Court, that Court shall continue the proceedings and decide the dispute.