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A society is an organized group of persons whose main objective is to serve society and not to earn a profit. A society is registered under The Societies Registration Act, 1860 to become a legal entity. A society exists for the purpose of charitable activities such as poverty relief, arts, education, religion, cultures and sports. The Governing body members are entrusted with the management of the affairs of the society. Whereas, the General Body member’s duties include the election of governing body members, alteration of rules and regulations, name and objects,if necessary. A foreigner can also become a society member in India.
WHY SOCIETY REGISTRATION?
- Independent judicial persons
- Can purchase property
- File cases
- Exemptions from income tax
- Limited liability
- Easily inheritable
- Secured assets
Society Registration Certificate
Preparation of MOA and Rules & regulations
Affidavit regarding ownership
Affidavit for desirous person not related to each other
1. Affidavit No. 1 regarding ownership and NOC for registered office of society
2.Affidavit No. 2 regarding persons not related to each other and name of society
3. ID Proofs of all the members
4. Copy of Rent agreement (If rented property)
5. Electricity/ Water bill (Business Place)
6. Copy of Property papers (If owned property)
7. Landlord NOC (Format will be provided)
8. Address Proof of all the members
Minimum 7 Members required
No PAN Card required
No stamp paper required.
The objective shall be scientific, literary & for charitable purpose
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
No, societies are formed to serve society and not to earn profits.
Registrar of societies i.e., District Registrar of a District is appointed and has the power to register the societies. Societies can be registered with the registrar of the District in which the society is intended to be established.
Association can be formed for the following reasons:
- Arts, literature, educaticational, cultural, charity, and religious
- Fine Arts, crafts
- Knowledge of commerce and industry
- Promotion of scientific temper in the society
- Political education and training
- Sports (excluding games of chance)
- Diffusion of any knowledge or any public purpose
- Maintaining Library
- Collection/preservation of historical monuments, technical and philosophical research.
The entire procedure is 100% online and you don’t have to be present at our office or any other office for incorporation. A scanned copy of documents has to be sent via mail. They get the company incorporation certificate from MCA via courier at their business address.
- District Registrar and Registrar of Societies is the competent authority to register.
- Aims and objectives are for the development/welfare of the entire society without restriction
- At least 7 persons are required to form a Society.
- The official board manages, subject to the approval of the general body.
- Accounts should be recorded to the Registrar of Societies.
- There is provision to add members.
- In order to cancel an association, action can be taken only after an enquiry.
- Profit can be used only for the development of society. It cannot be distributed among the members.
- Trust deed can be registered in Office of the Sub Registrar
- There are two kinds of Trusts Public and Private. The latter is a private trust for the beneficiaries.
- Anyone can form Trust without restriction of a number of persons.
- Official board of trustees runs it. Managing trustee runs it.
- Management is under the control of the management of Trustees and Managing Trustees.
- Does not have any significant bearing.
- Does not have any significant bearing.
- The Author of Trust can cancel Trust. If the provision is made in the deed.
- Trustees cannot share. Beneficiaries might be permitted to utilize the benefit.
The name should not be Similar to one effectively existing in the District.
Name denied or registered by State or Central Government through official guidelines or through Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act, 1950.
Indian Institute or University.
The society should present a list to the Registrar of societies within fifteen days from the date of the General Body meeting every year. The list should contain the names and address of each member of the Managing Committee (Executive Committee) and officers entrusted with the administration of the society.
Executive Committee should meet at least once in three months, and General Body shall meet at least once in a year. Amendments, if any, made should be recorded with the Registrar.
Minutes of all the meetings should be recorded with the Registrar of Societies.
Society should choose Executive Committee members as per its by-law.
Memorandum can be revised by endorsement in a unique General Body Meeting called for the purpose after giving due notification and by approval another special General Body Meeting called after 30 days again. Bylaws can be altered by approval of a majority of members in Special General Body Meeting. Such corrected by-laws shall be filed with the Registrar within one month.
Yes, since records of the Society are regarded as public records. Under section 24, any person can get a duplicate copy of it and create a proof.