The Delhi Co-Operative Societies Act,1972
62. Power of financing bank to proceed.-
(1) If a co-operative society is unable to pay its debts to a financing bank by reason of its members committing default in the payment of the money due by them, the financing bank may direct the committee of such a society to proceed against such members under section 60 and if the committee fails to do so within a period of ninety days from the date of receipt of such direction, the financing bank itself may proceed against such members in which case the provisions of this Act, the rules or the bye-laws shall apply as if all references to the society or its committee in the said provisions were references to the financing bank.
Where a financing bank has obtained a decree or a ward against a society in respect of moneys due to it from the society, the financing bank may proceed to recover such moneys firstly from the assets of the society and secondly from the members to the extent of their debts due to the society.