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Trust is an arrangement between three or more parties wherein one party (author) transfers the right to hold the title of property to another party (trustee) for the benefit of a third party (beneficiary). All across India, trusts are regulated by Indian Trust Act 1882 in order to provide legal protection to the beneficiaries of Trust. Trust can be classified as a Public Trust, the one whose beneficiaries include the public at large and Private Trust, the one whose beneficiaries include selected individuals. A Non-Government Organization (NGO) can get itself registered as a Public Trust.

Pre-requisite Documents required for Registration
  • PAN Card copy of all authors and trustees
  • ID Proof copy of all authors and trustees
  • Address Proof copy of registered office
  • Trust Deed on Stamp Paper
  • Memorandum of Association (MOA)

Our Registration Process Inclusions
  • Registration related consultancy
  • Collection of basic information and documents
  • Choose the right name for Trust
  • Drafting Trust Deed and MOA
  • Stamp and Notarization of necessary documents
  • Submission of Trust Deed with Registrar
  • Procurement of Registration Certificate

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