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Society Registration

society is an association of several individuals combined using a mutual accord to deliberate, govern and act cooperatively for some communal purpose. Societies are usually registered for the advancement of charitable activities like sports, music, culture, religion, art, education, etc.

Society Registration, under, The Society Registration Act, in India, lays down certain procedures for the sake of society registration & operation. This act was implemented with the purpose of augmenting the legal stipulations of society registration for the advancement of literature, fine arts, science or distribution of awareness for bountiful purposes. The society registration act, 1860 has been accepted by several state governments without or with further amendments.

What Is Included In Our Package?

Procedure For Society Registration

 Basic Details Form

Basic Details Form

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4 Working Days
Preparation documents

Preparation documents

4 Working Days
Submission of Documents

Submission of Documents

2 Working Days


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Documents Required For Society Registration

  • Affidavit No. 1 regarding ownership and NOC for registered office of society
  • Affidavit No. 2 regarding persons not related to each other and name of society
  • ID Proofs of all the members
  • Address Proof of all the members
  • Electricity/ Water bill (Business Place)
  • Copy of Property papers (If owned property)
  • Landlord NOC (Format will be provided)

Advantages Of Society Registration

  • Privileges  And Exemptions From Government Taxes
  • No Minimum Capital        
  • Deduction Under Section 80G To Donors      
  • Ease Of Formation
  • Limited Liability      
  • Perpetual Succession       
  • Separate Legal Entity       
  • Tax Benefits 

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can societies be formed for profits

No, societies are formed to serve society and not to earn profits.

2. Where can I Register a society?

Registrar of societies i.e., District Registrar of a District is appointed and has the power to register the societies. Societies can be registered with the registrar of the District in which the society is intended to be established.

3. What is the maximum number of people to form a society / association?

A minimum number of 7 persons who are above 18 years of age can form a society or an association. There is no such limit for maximum number of persons.

4. For what reasons a society/association is formed?

Association can be formed for the following reasons :

  • Arts, literature, educaticational, cultural, charity, and religious
  • Fine Arts, crafts
  • Knowledge of commerce and industry
  • Promotion of scientific temper in the society
  • Political education and training
  • Sports (excluding games of chance)
  • Diffusion of any knowledge or any public purpose,
  • Maintaining Library
  • Collection/preservation of historical monuments, technical and philosophical research.
5. What is guideline should be kept in mind while deciding a name for the society.

The name should not be Similar to one effectively existing in the District.

Name denied or registered by State or Central Government through official guidelines or through Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act, 1950.

Indian Institute or University.

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Preferred for Start-ups Professional services firms Sole promoters Small-medium sized businesses Small traders and manufacturers
Ease of Accommodating Investment Very easy to accommodate Possible, but unlikely Possible, but severely unlikely Almost impossible Impossible
Minimum Requirement 2 Shareholders 2 Designated Partners 1 Director
1 Nominee
2 Partners Sole Proprietorship
limited Liability Protection Yes Yes Yes No No
Tax Advantages Few benefits Most efficient Few benefits Minimal Minimal
Perpetual Existence Yes Yes Yes No No
Statutory Compliances High Low High Minimal Minimal
Registration Time 10-15 20-25 10-15 5-10 5-10