(1) Where the Central Registrar has made an order under section 86 for the winding up of multi-State co-operative society, the Central Registrar may appoint a liquidator for the purpose and fix his remuneration.
(2) A liquidator shall, on appointment, take into his custody or under his control all the property, effects and actionable claims to which the multi-State co-operative society is or appears to be entitled and shall take such steps as he may deem necessary or expedient to prevent loss or deterioration of, or damage to, such property, effects and claims and he may carry on the business of the multi-Stateco-operative society so far as may be necessary with the previous approval of the Central Registrar.
(3) Where an appeal is preferred under clause (f) of sub-section (1) of section 99, an order for the winding up of a multi-State co-operative society made under section 86 shall not operate thereafter until the order is confirmed in appeal:
Provided that the liquidator shall continue to have custody or control of the property, effects and actionable claims mentioned in subsection (2) and have authority to take the steps referred to in that sub- section.
(4) Where an order for the winding up of a multi-State co-operative society is set aside in appeal, the property, effects and actionable claims of the society shall re-vest in the society.