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SOCIETY FORMATION IN INDIA
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A Society Association is an organized group of people with the sole aim and objectives of non-profitable service. Registration of Societies is optional. Registration of such an association will have legal recognition. It will be possible to run society legally with discipline. Society can sue and be used. The main instrument of any society is the memorandum of association and rules and regulations, wherein the aims and objects and mode of management of the society should be enshrined.

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Society Registration in India

The societies Registration Act, 1860, as its preamble shows, has been enacted to make provisions for improving the legal condition of societies established for the purposes given under Section 1 to 20 of the Act. Society registered under this Act, acquires the legal status and is also capable to sue and be sued under Section 6 of the Act.

  1. The purpose given under section 20 of the act are: charitable socities, military, orphan funds or societies established for the promotion of science, literature or fine arts, for instructions, diffusion of useful knowledge, the foundation or maintenance of libraries or reading rooms for general use among the members or open public museum and galleries of paintings and other works of art, collection of natural history, collections of instructions or designs, promotion of social welfare, sports, games,activities conducted to the protection and improvement of natural environment( including forest,lakes,rivers,wild life and compassion for living creatures).
  2. Only the societies formed for the purpose laid down under sections 1 to 20 of the act and having those purpose as their aims and objects may be registered under the act.
  3. Name of the society should such as does not attract the proviso's of "Names and Emblem act (P.I.U.) Act, 1950.'The name proposed should not suggest or be calculated to suggest, the patronage of the government of India or the government of state or connection with any legal authority under any law for time being under force.
  4. The Names and Emblems Act, 1950 prohibits the use of any name, emblems, official seals, and colourable imitation thereof as specified in the Act, without previous permission of competent authority. It also prohibits the use of name of National Heroes and other names mentioned in the Act. The societies are therefore advised to consult this act also before proposing the names etc for registration.
  5. Further if the proposed name is identical with that by which any other society has been registered or nearly resembles such names as to likely to deceive the Public or the members of the society such names may not be registered.
  6. Two main separate documents are required to be filed under section 2 of the societies Registration Act, 1860 for registration of society which are listed below and those should be necessary filed in duplicate:
    1. Memorandum of Society
    2. Rules and regulations.
  7. For carrying out the Aim and Objects given by the Memorandum and for internal management of the society, Rules and Regulations may be made by the society and these rules are known as the rules and regulations of the society. The Rules and Regulation of the society must be filed along with the Memorandum with the Registering Authority for the purpose of the registration of the society. If the Rules and Regulation of the Society are inconsistent with the provisions of the Act, they are invalid and the fact that they are filed with the Registration Authority for the purpose of registration cannot make them valid.
  8. Once in every year a list of the office bearers and members of Governing Body of society shall be filed with the Additional Registrar of societies, as required under Sec.4 of the societies Registration Act of 1860.
  9. Memorandum of the society defines the permitted range of its enterprises. The aims and objectives for which the society is formed have to be incorporated in the memorandum.
  10. He society should carefully understand the aims and objects incorporated in the Memorandum.
  11. Desirous persons or the persons subscribing the names to the memorandum should not be I in any case) less than seven.

Type of Societies in India :

  • There is two type of Society Registration in India. National level or state level registration. After getting the national level society registration we can work work across india means we are permitted to work all India level. State level means - we are only permitted to work only a one state. And we can't convert it at national level in furture. For national level we will have to desolve that state level society first then again we will have to apply for national level. That's why we suggest the people to register a national level society directly.

Documents Required for National Level Society

 

  • ID Proof of Nine Memeber's - Two from Delhi and Seven from seven different states.
  • ID Proof should Be - Voter ID, Driving License, Aadhaar Card, Passport - Zerox Copy.
  • Name of the society.
  • One Electricity Bill or Water Bill or House Tax Reciept or any proprety Documents to show the office premises.
  • It will take 15 to 20 Days to get register.
  • Rest of the document we will prepare.
  • For further Procedure or Details Contact us freely.

Documents Required for State Level Society

  • ID Proof of Seven Memeber's - From the same state.
  • ID Proof should Be - Voter ID, Driving License, Aadhaar Card, Passport - Zerox Copy.
  • Name of the society.
  • One Electricity Bill or Water Bill or House Tax Reciept or any proprety Documents to show the office premises.
  • It will take 15 to 20 Days to get register.
  • Rest of the document we will prepare.
  • For further Procedure or Details Contact us freely.