Online Trust Registration

Create a non-governmental organization (NGO) or Trust to protect your charitable, volunteer, and social purposes with the government. You’ll be done with the process in no time, and you won’t have to worry about any paperwork.

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Trust Registration

Trust registration in India - An overview

The easiest approach to creating a non-governmental organization (NGO) is a public trust. Apart from the basic goal of supporting arts, science, and literature, a trust works to reduce poverty, provide education to the disadvantaged, and provide medical help. It’s worth noting that trusts are irreversible, meaning they can’t be changed or dissolved without the court’s consent. With a few papers such as a deed of Trust, rental agreement, and other paperwork, legaltoast can provide you with a trust registration certificate.

Content of the Trust Deed

The trust deed is the primary and the most essential document of the trust which states the reason for forming a trust, its functions, to its working, and until its closure. Following are the important clauses in the Trust Deed:

    • Name of the trust
    • The registered office of the trust
    • Area of operation of the trust
    • Objectives of the trust
    • Details of the Author of the Trust
    • Corpus/Assets of the Trust
    • Details of the Board of Trustees
    • Quorum of the Board with their qualification, terms and tenure
    • Powers and functions of the Managing Trustee and other Trustees
    • Closure and amendment of the trust deed and the applicability of the Act

Documents Required

    • Trust Deed on Proper Stamp Value
    • Passport-sized photographs of Partners
    • PAN Card
    • Identity Proof of each Partner
    • Address Proof
      • Telephone bill,
      • Gas bill,
      • Electricity Bill or Passbook
    • Identity Proof: Passport/Voter, ID/Driving License
    • Signed Declaration (s) from Partners
    • B. Documentation for the Trust Registered Address
    • Proof of Premises
      • Telephone Bill,
      • Electricity Bill,
      • Water Bill
    • NOC from the owner of premises

How To Register A Trust Online?

Step 1

We assist you with the processes and compliances that follow registration.

Step 2

We will assist you in completing the whole filing and registration procedure.

Step 3

We assist you with the processes and compliances that follow registration.

 

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WHY SHOULD A TRUST BE REGISTERED?

    • Registration of a Trust is required by all states’ Public Trust Acts if the Trust has a charitable purpose or if it transfers immovable property in its name.
    • Under Sections 12 A and 80G of the Income Tax Act, tax breaks are available only to registered trusts.
    • As it includes public funds in the form of donations, registering a trust gives it more legitimacy.

 

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FAQs on Online Trust Registration

The Trustees do not have the right to sell the property, however, the trust properties can be sold after obtaining prior permission from the appropriate civil court.
Based on the cause and objectives, NGOs can be registered online as Trust or Section 8 companies.
Yes. Government employees or officers can be part of NGOs, provided the NGO is not working towards any anti-government activities or programmes. The intended members should ensure the particular organization is not profit making and that its members do not draw any salary from the NGO.
The trust is usually irrevocable in nature. For reasons like disqualification of trustees, absence of trustees, mismanagement of the trust, the trust can be merged with a trust having similar objective with the permission of the court.
There is no specific certificate for a trust registration. On the other hand, getting the trust deed registered with the appropriate authorities would suffice.
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