The housing society regulations don't have the same stature as that of a law.
If a tenant feels a housing society has not been fair, he can file a police complaint against it, claiming infringement of his rights as a citizen. The member, too, can take legal recourse, such as approaching the civil or the cooperative court. He can also appeal to the deputy registrar of housing societies concerning his grievances.
In fact, there have been several cases, where the courts have ruled in favour of the owner and against the housing society.