According to the Indian Trust Act 1882, "A Trust is an arrangement where the trustor (owner) transfers the property to trustee for the benefit of a third person i.e. beneficiary. Such transfer of property by the trustor to the trustee along with a declaration that the trustee shall hold the property for the beneficiaries of the Trust.

Process for Charitable Trust registration

  • Selection of Name
  • Determine Settlers / Authors, Trustees & the beneficiaries of the Trust
  • Drafting of MOA & Trust Deed
  • Trust Registration
  • Obtain Registration Certificate

Documents required for Trust Registration

  • Trust Deed
  • 2 photographs of partners
  • Self-attested copy of the ID proof of the settler
  • Self-attested copy of the ID proof of each trustee.(Aadhar Card, passport, voter ID, driving license or any such photo ID)
  • PAN card
  • Address proof of each partner & Registered office
  • Signed Declaration from Partners.
  • NOC from the owner of premises.

Cases Completed

100 %

Satisfied Customers

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