Society Registration2018-04-02T18:05:53+05:30
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Society Registration
Starting at INR 5310 onwards



Society Registration

A Society is generally formed when a group of individuals come together with a common objective of serving the society. In order to become a registered legal entity, a Society must register under The Societies Registration Act, 1860. Society Registration, under, The Society Registration Act, in India, lays down certain procedures for the sake of society registration & operation. This act was implemented with the purpose of augmenting the legal stipulations of society registration for the advancement of literature, fine arts, science or distribution of awareness for bountiful purposes. The society registration act, 1860 has been accepted by several state governments without or with further amendments. 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. Even Non-Indian citizens can be a part of the Societies in India.

How long will it take?

Submission of Basic Info & Documents

One – Two Days

Drafting Memorandum of Association

Two – Three Days

Drafting Bylaws

Two – Three Days

Registration

One Day

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Frequently asked Questions

You need a minimum of seven members to form a Society.

  • Basic Information regarding the society:
    • Society Name
    • Society Objectives
    • Society Bylaws
    • Members information & Designations for office holders
    • Other relevant information

    Documents

    • Executive Members(Administrative members)
      • PAN
      • Identity Proof(Govt Voter ID, Aadharcard or Driving License)
      • Address Proof(Govt Voter ID, Aadharcard or Driving License)
      • Passport Sized Photo
    • Members
      • PAN
      • Identity Proof(Govt Voter ID, Aadharcard or Driving License)
      • Address Proof(Govt Voter ID, Aadharcard or Driving License)
      • Passport Sized Photo
    • Registered office
      • Lease Deed/Rent Agreement
      • NOC From Owner
      • Latest Utility Bills (Electricity Bill/Phone Bill Etx)
  • No, you cannot but you can withdraw reasonable fee as honorarium or fees for any professional services rendered by you to the society.
  • Yes, the memorandum and the bylaws can be amended at a later point in time.

No, to register a society to be operational in multiple states we need to take things a little differently.

There is a basic misconception among people that Societies are tax-free, well they are not. For tax exemptions, the objectives should be charitable and the societies need to get specific exemptions like 12A & 80G, which we can help you out with.

  1. No its not mandatory to get 12A, 80G or FCRA Registrations but we would recommend you to get those.
  • Foundations are basically trusts registered under the Indian Trusts Act 1882
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