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Society Registration is governed by the Society Registration Act 1860. To avail various tax benefits and separate legal status, you need to get it registered. . If you are confused let Finango handle it for you.
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A Society is an association of several individuals combined for the promotion of a common cause without any monetary gain governed by the Societies Registration Act 1860. The objectives of a Society are promotion of fine arts, charitable purposes, military orphan funds, societies, literature, public museums, galleries of paintings, designs, instruments. The purpose of Society Registration can be underlined as it enables to give boost to legal conditions of Society.
Minimum 7 or more members are required to create a society. The eligible members who can apply for Society Registration are as follows: Foreigners or Non Resident of India. Partnership Firm Any Company(Foreign or Domestic) Registered Societies
It’s a one time registration with lifetime validity
The overall process may take upto 1 month from the date of application depending upon the processing done by the Department.
Note:- All the documents have to be self-certified
Yes, a Society is a separate legal entity.
Minimum 7 members
Minimum 7 members.
Yes, it is compulsory to get a Society registered in India.
The Society Registration Act 1860 is the governing law for a society incorporated in India.
No, society will continue to exist.
NGOs can be registered online as Trust, Societies or Section 8 companies.
The steps involved are convening a general meeting; passing of the resolution; signing of resolution; and submitting the same to the registrar.