Society Registration is obtained under the Society Registration Act, 1860. Further, this comes with various benefits like the status of legal entity, several tax exemptions, etc. It is obtained by those entities or groups who work for the benefits of society by providing benefits such as education, health, employment.
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Frequently asked questions.
Requesting society registration by providing covering letter, signed by all establishing members. Duplicate copy of Memorandum of Association of society along with certified copy. Duplicate copy of Rules & Regulations of society along with duplicate copy duly signed by all establishing members.
A society is formed when a group of people comes together for a common purpose or a charitable cause. A minimum of seven people is required to form a society. And these societies are governed by the 'Societies Act, 1860'.
A trust is an agreement between parties, whereby one party holds an asset for the benefit of another party. Society is a collection of persons, who come together for the initiating any literary, scientific or charitable purpose.
In the absence of registration, all the trustees in charge of the fund have alone a legal status and the society has no legal status, and, therefore, it cannot sue and be sued. A non-registered society may exist in fact but not in law. An unregistered society cannot claim benefits under the Income-tax act.