The Delhi Co-Operative Societies Act,1972
(1) The Registrar shall audit or cause to be audited by a person authorised by him general or special order in writing in this behalf, the accounts of every co-operative society at least once in each year.
The audit under sub section (1) shall include an examination of overdue debts, if any, the verification of the cash balance and securities, and a valuation of the assets and liabilities of the society.
The person auditing the accounts of a co-operative society shall have free access to the books, accounts, papers, vouchers, stock and other property of such society and shall be allowed to verify its cash balance and securities.
The directors, managers, administrators and other officers of the society shall furnish to the person auditing the accounts of a co-operative society all such information as to its transactions and working as such person may require.
The Registrar or the person authorised by him under sub section (1) to audit the accounts of a co-operative society shall have power where necessary.- To summon at the time of his audit any officer, agent, servant or member of the society, past or present, who he has reason to believe can give valuable information in regard to transactions of the society or the management of its affairs, and to require the production of any book or document relating to the affairs of, or any cash or securities belonging to, the society by any officer, agent, servant or member in possession of such books, documents, cash or securities and in the event of serious irregularities discovered during audit, to take them into custody.
If at the time of audit the accounts of a society are not complete, the Registrar or the person authorise by him under section (1) to audit, may causes the accounts to be written up at the expenses of the society.
Audit fee, if any, due from any co-operative society shall be recoverable in the same manner as in provided in section 75.