In India non profit organizations can be registered in the following forms
- A Trust is defined as an obligation annexed to the ownership of property arising out of the confidence declared and accepted by the owner for the benefit of another, or of another and the owner. A Public Charitable Trust is usually floated when there is property involved is in terms of land and building. Different Trusts in different states are governed by the Trust Acts in force. In the absence of Trust Act in any state or territory, the general principles of the Indian Trust Act 1882 prevail
We help our clients with:
- Trust Registration
- 80 G Registration
- Project Report Development
- Evaluation Report
- Legal Issues
- Government Scheme Approval
Section 8 Company
- Formerly under Section 25 Company of The Companies Act, 1956
- In India, non profit organizations can be registered as a company under Section 8 of The Companies Act, 2013. They are prohibited from distributing monetary residual to their own members.
- They work in different fields in the society in order to develop and contribute for the development of the nation.
- We provide for formation of such companies.
- The Societies Registration Act 1960 has been enacted to make provisions for improving the legal conditions of societies established for the purposes given under the statue. Various types of societies can be formed.
- We get the registrations for our clients under the Act and provide related services.