kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired)) 13 June 2020
If any Society registered under the Societies Registration Act before the Registrar of Societies of a District, then it is better to file resolutions such as change of Executive Committee, Audit Reports or Amendments, etc. every year. If you fail to file for a year or two years, the same can be filed with an explanation for the delay. Usually, the delay in filing for two or three years will be considered basing on circumstances explained in the application.
Arun 13 June 2020
G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.) 14 June 2020
The registration can be only once. with the assignment of specific no.... However, if the controlling returns/statements are not filed as per norms before the Registrar of societies, it is treated that the society is defunct. Only after complying with the mandatory formalities the society can function normally assuming the role assigned.
Members in the forum are not competent to give any opinion as to whether a court case is legally valid or not unless they see the petition/plaint.
P. Venu (Advocate) 14 June 2020
The facts, as posted, lack clarity. It appears you are posting surmises and conjectures than material and relevant facts.
Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer) 14 June 2020
The Society is already registered with Registrar of Societies or yet to be registered ?