Trust Registration2018-04-02T18:05:56+05:30
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Trust Registration
Starting at INR 5310 onwards



Trust Registration

A Trust is usually a Charitable body, floated when a person, group of individuals or organization wishes to set apart either property or money for a charitable purpose so that the revenue may be devoted for the accomplishment of the charitable activity, and wants to limit control over the disposal of that income. Different states have their separate laws for the formation of Trust and Trust Registration. In absence of specific state laws, Indian Trusts Act, 1882 is applicable. A public charitable trust is usually floated when there is a property involved, especially in terms of immovable property like land and building. If a person wishes to set apart either property or money for a charitable purpose so that the revenue may be devoted for the accomplishment of the charitable activity, and wants to limit control over the disposal of that income to persons whom he knows or approved, then it is best to set up a public charitable trust. But it should be kept in mind that a private trust whose beneficiaries generally are relatives or friends and not society at large, does not enjoy tax benefits.

How long will it take?

Submission of Basic Documents & Information

One – Three Days

Drafting Trust Deed

Two – Three Days

Registration Of Trust Deed

One – Three Days

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Frequently asked Questions

You need a minimum of two members to form a Trust.

  • Yes anyone related or not related can become a trustee.
  • Basic Information regarding the trust:
    • Trust Name
    • Trust Objectives
    • Rules and regulations for the trust
    • Members information
    • Other relevant information

    Documents

    • Settler(the person setting up the trust)
      • PAN
      • Identity Proof(Govt Voter ID, Aadharcard or Driving License)
      • Address Proof(Govt Voter ID, Aadharcard or Driving License)
      • Passport Sized Photo
    • Trustees
      • 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)
  • Yes the trust deed can be amended by drafting a supplementary deed.
  • No you cannot but you can withdraw reasonable fee as honorarium or fees for any professional services rendered by you to the trust.

No, once a Trust is registered it can cork on PAN India Basis.

Yes, a Non-Resident Indian can also be a trustee.

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

  • Foundations are registered as trusts and are no different, it’s just a fancy name for a trust.
  • No it’s not mandatory to get 12A, 80G or FCRA Registrations but we would recommend you to get those.
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