In India, there is a legal provision which permits any group to commence a non-profit organization for voluntary charitable work by registering under The Indian Trust Act, 1882. Trust is a special organization treated as a legal entity from the date of registration. For formation of a trust, two persons are required under the specified Act. Additional persons can be appointed as president, vice-president, and secretary.
Address proof and PAN card is mandatory for the trustee and settler. The presence of witnesses is also must for Trust formation.
The Trust registration process starts with selecting Name of the trust, minimum three options in the order of preference. Objects and source of income should be mentioned in the Trust Deed.
CCV India prepares all documents to meet the requirement and also helps in the formation of Trust Deed. We keep you updated throughout the process and ensure delivery of registration documents on time.