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The Societies Registration Act, 1860 is a legislation in India which allows the registration of entities generally involved in the benefit of society - education, health, employment etc. The device of "society" was evolved to fulfill the need of an institution of non-commercial nature for promotion of numerous charitable activities like education, art, religion, culture, music and sport etc.
Associations, clubs or societies are formed to help further these causes because they work on non-profit basis.
The need for a legal entity, which could own, possess and manage the funds and assets for achievement of charitable or promotional objects, as laid down by donors, is the result of these endeavors. A society can be formed to achieve this end.
A society has been variously defined. It has been described as a company or association of persons (generally unincorporated) united together by mutual consent to deliberate, determine and act jointly for common purpose.
A nonprofit corporation (or LLC) has its own separate existence. It can enter into its own contracts, sue and be sued in its own name and is responsible for its own contractual and other obligations. In an informal or non-statutory nonprofit, the person entering into contracts in his or her own name can be liable if there is a breach of the contract.
A nonprofit corporation or LLC has a statutory right to exist in perpetuity. An informal organization does not have that.
A nonprofit corporation (or LLC) protects directors, officers and members (if it has any members) against being held personally responsible for their company’s debts and liabilities. Because that limited liability protection is provided for by statute, an informal organization does not have that.
Nonprofit corporations (or LLCs) can apply for both federal and state tax-exempt status. While a group or association that has not been formed under state law can apply for tax-exempt status it is generally easier for a statutory business entity (and especially a corporation) to get IRS approval.
Copy of Memorandum of Society (Signed by President, Secretary & treasurer on each page.)
Copy of Rules & Regulations (Signed by President, Secretary & treasurer on each page.)
Desirous person list should be attached by Notary.
NOC from owner of Property.
Affidavit from President of Society or General Secretary Worth Rs. 10/- Stamp paper.
ID proof of all the Subscribers with latest Photographs is required (Notarised).
Promotion of Science.
Promotion of Literature.
Promotion of Fine Arts.
Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.
Grant of Charitable Assistance.
Creation of Military Orphan Funds.
Foundation or Maintenance of Libraries or Reading Rooms.
Foundation or Maintenance of Public Museum or Galleries.
Other required social and charitable Objective.
The Memorandum, the Rules and Regulations of the Society must be signed by all the founding members, and should be witnessed by an Oath Commissioner, the Notary Public, the Gazette Officer, an Advocate, a Chartered Accountant or it can be a Magistrate 1st Class with their official stamp in it and the complete address. The documents which must be prepared, signed and submitted for the registration of society are mentioned as follows :
All the signed Memorandum and the Rules and Regulations must all be filed with concerned Registrar of those societies of that particular state along with the prescribed fees. If the Registrar becomes satisfied with the given application than only the Registrar would certify or allow that particular society to be registered.
Registering the society provides the following things
In the absence of the registration a society has got no legal status power or value and it has no power to sue or be sued.
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