—(1) Every dispute between —
a member or subscriber or person claiming through a member or a subscriber or under the rules of a registered organisation and the organisation or an officer thereof; and
any person aggrieved who has ceased to be a member of a registered organisation or any person claiming through such an aggrieved person, and the organisation or an officer thereof,
shall be decided in the manner directed by the rules of the registered organisation and the decision so given shall be binding and conclusive on all parties without appeal, and shall not be removable to any court or restrainable by injunction; and application for the enforcement thereof may be made to a District Court.
(2) The parties to a dispute involving a registered organisation may by consent (unless the rules of the organisation expressly forbid it) refer the dispute to the Registrar.
(3) The Registrar to whom a dispute is referred shall, either by himself or by any Assistant Registrar, hear and determine the dispute and shall have power to order the expenses of determining the dispute to be paid either out of funds of the organisation or by such parties to the dispute as he may think fit, and his determination or order shall have the same effect and be enforceable in like manner as a decision made in the manner directed by the rules of the organisation.
(4) The Registrar or Assistant Registrar to whom a dispute is referred may administer oaths and may require the attendance of all parties concerned and of witnesses, and the production of all books and documents relating to the matter in question.