CAAQ is by far the most respected and leading consultancy services provider of comprehensive registration services to set up Societies, NGOs & Trusts, Section 8 Companies, and drafting Partnership Deeds. We specialize in guiding and assisting individuals and organizations through the miscellaneous registration process, ensuring compliance with legal requirements.
Let us walk you through the eligibility, requirements, and procedures for each registration.
A society refers to a group of individuals who come together with a common purpose to promote social, cultural, educational, or charitable activities. It is registered under the Societies Registration Act and operates based on a set of rules and regulations agreed upon by its members.
- NGO (Non-Governmental Organization)
An NGO is a non-profit organization that operates independently. It is formed with the objective of addressing social, environmental, or humanitarian issues and works towards the betterment of society. NGOs rely on donations, grants, and fundraising activities to carry out their work.
A trust is a legal arrangement where one or more individuals (trustees) hold and manage assets on behalf of others (beneficiaries) for a specified purpose. Trusts are created to provide financial support for charitable, educational, religious, or social causes. They are governed by a trust deed and are subject to the legal framework of the relevant jurisdiction.
Any group of individuals desiring to engage in charitable, social, cultural, educational, or philanthropic activities can register a Society, NGO, or Trust.
a. The basic requirements include a minimum number of members, a registered office address, a memorandum of association, and rules and regulations governing the organization's functioning.
b. Additionally, specific documents like identity proofs, address proofs, and photographs of the members are necessary.
Hire our registration consultants to discover its registration process. It involves preparing the required documents, submitting them to the appropriate authority, and paying the necessary fees. Once approved, the Society, NGO, or Trust is officially registered and can begin its operations.
Section 8 Company Registration
A Section 8 Company, as per the Companies Act of India, is a non-profit organization formed with the primary objective of promoting charitable, social welfare, educational, or any other non-profit activities. These companies are prohibited from distributing profits among their members and must utilize their income and assets solely for the promotion of their stated objectives. Moreover, these companies enjoy certain privileges and exemptions under the law, such as tax benefits and relaxed compliance requirements, while functioning with the purpose of benefiting society.
These companies are formed for promoting charitable activities, social welfare, education, or any other non-profit objective. The company must intend to apply its profits solely for promoting the stated objectives, and its income and assets must be utilized for the same purpose.
a. The requirements for its registration include a minimum number of members, a registered office address, a memorandum of association, articles of association, and the declaration of non-distribution of profits.
b. Directors or members of the company must comply with the prescribed qualifications and disqualifications.
We help you know the challenges involved in the registration process.
- It typically involves obtaining digital signatures, preparing the necessary documents, filing an application with the Registrar of Companies (RoC), and paying the requisite fees.
- The RoC examines the application, verifies the documents, and grants the certificate of incorporation upon satisfaction.
A partnership deed is a legally binding document that outlines the terms and conditions of a partnership agreement between two or more individuals who wish to enter into a business venture together. It serves as the foundation for the partnership, defining the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of each partner. This deed typically includes provisions regarding the sharing of profits and losses, capital contributions, decision-making processes, management responsibilities, dispute resolution mechanisms, and the duration or termination of the partnership. It helps ensure clarity, fairness, and a harmonious working relationship among the partners.
These deeds are relevant for businesses formed by two or more individuals who wish to enter into a partnership and carry out a business venture together.
The Partnership Deed outlines the terms and conditions of the partnership, including profit-sharing ratio, capital contribution, roles and responsibilities of partners, and procedures for decision-making and dispute resolution.
Our consulting team helps you with the procedure for drafting a Partnership Deed.
- This involves a mutual agreement between the partners on the terms and conditions.
- The deed is then prepared, signed by all partners, and registered, if desired, with the Registrar of Firms.
At CAAQ Pvt. Ltd., we offer expert guidance and services throughout the registration process for Societies, NGOs & Trusts, Section 8 Companies, and Partnership Deeds. Our experienced registration consultants ensure compliance with legal requirements, assist in document preparation, guide you through the application process, and provide timely support to expedite the registration of your organization or partnership. Trust us to streamline your registration journey and set you on the path to success.