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Society Registeration
Society Registration

Online registration in India has made forming a society more accessible and convenient. It eliminates the need for physical visits to government offices, saving time and effort for the applicants. The registration process involves filling out an online form, submitting required documents, and paying the registration fees online. The applicant can track the application status and receive the registration certificate via email. Online society registration has simplified the process, encouraged more people to form societies, and promoted transparency in governance.

Reason for Society Registration

  • Society registration provides legal recognition to a group of people who share a common purpose.

  • It helps protect the members' interests and provides a legal framework for their activities.

  • A registered society can enter into contracts, own property, and sue or be sued in court.

  • It also provides tax exemptions and benefits for charitable activities undertaken by the society.

  • Registered societies are more credible and can attract funding and support from the government, donors, and the public.

  • It facilitates the formation of formalized structures and systems for decision-making, governance, and accountability within society.

  • Society registration also ensures compliance with legal requirements and regulations, promoting transparency and good governance.

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Documents Required for Online Society Registration

  • Identity proof of all members of the society, such as Aadhar card, PAN card, or passport.

  • Address proof of all members, such as electricity, water, or telephone bills.

  • Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA) of the society.

  • Copy of the society's by-laws or rules and regulations.

  • Affidavit from the president or secretary of the society declaring that the information provided is accurate and authentic.

  • Consent letters from all members of the society agreeing to form the community and become its members.

  • Proof of address of the society's registered office, such as electricity bill, water bill, or property tax receipt.

  • Minutes of the meeting where the society's governing body was elected.

  • Bank statement or cancelled cheque of the society's bank account.

  • Any other relevant documents related to the society's activities and purpose.

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