An affidavit regarding ownership of the registered office of the society.
An affidavit regarding persons not related to each other and the name of the society.
ID Proofs such as Aadhar card, Driving license or Pan Card etc. of all the members.
Address Proof of all the members
Electricity or Water bill
Copy of Property papers.
Landlord NOC if the office is being run in rented premises.
What is a Society?
A Society is a company or association of persons having mutual consent to deliberate, determine and act jointly for a common purpose. It is a non-profit, non-commercial entity established for the purpose of promoting art, culture, science, religion, etc.
The Societies Act 1860
Society registration is carried out by the Registrar of Societies under the Societies Registration Act 1860. The objective of Society registration under this act is to carry out Literary, Charitable, Scientific and other resource-oriented activities. A society is democratic in nature and the successors are elected by the registered members. Minimum 7 members are required to register a Society.
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Why should you register a Society?
There is no penalty for not registering, but society registration is mandatory for various purposes, some of which are-
Opening of bank accounts.
Obtaining registration, tax-benefits and approvals under the Income Tax Act 1961.
Any activity undertook by an unregistered society (buying/selling property etc.) shall have no special legal status.
Society Registration gives recognition to the society at all forums and before all authorities.
A society which is not registered may still exist factually, but not legally.