—(1) Where in the course of an audit of a society held under this Act, in the course of an inquiry held under section 79, or in the case of an examination of books under section 80, or in the course of the winding up of a society it appears that a person who has taken part in the organisation and management of the society or any past or present officer of the society has misapplied or retained or become liable or accountable for any money or property of the society or has been guilty of misfeasance or breach of trust in relation to the society, the Registrar may, on his own motion, or on application of the liquidator or any creditor or contributor, examine the conduct of that person and make an order requiring him to repay or restore the money or property or any part thereof with interest at such rate as the Registrar thinks just or to contribute such sum to the assets of the society by way of compensation in regard to the misapplication, retainer, misfeasance, dishonesty or breach of trust and the order shall be enforced in the same manner as if the order had been a judgment of a District Court.
(2) This section shall apply notwithstanding that the act is one for which the offender may be criminally responsible.
(3) Where the Registrar is satisfied that a person with intent to delay the execution of any order or award which may be made against him under subsection (1) and section 85 —
is about to dispose of the whole or any part of his property; or
is about to remove the whole or any part of his property out of Singapore,
the Registrar may, unless adequate security is furnished, direct the interim attachment of that property or such part thereof as he thinks necessary and the attachment shall have the same effect as if it has been made by a District Court.