NGO & Trust Registration

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) & Trust Registration are play a crucial role in social development, providing humanitarian aid, promoting human rights, and addressing global issues. NGOs operate independently of government control, relying on donations and volunteers to achieve their goals.

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    • Total payment may vary depending on government fees and the entity of the company.
    • Downtime on the government portal may cause work delays.
    • Documents should be appropriate as per the requirements.
    • Documents must be provided in time to avoid delay.
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An NGO is a non-profit organization that operates independently of government control and aims to address social, environmental, or humanitarian issues. A Trust is a legal entity created by a settlor (or founder) to hold assets and property for the benefit of beneficiaries, which could include charitable purposes. The purpose of NGOs and Trusts is typically to serve the public good, advance charitable causes, and provide services to communities in need.

  • Legal structure: An NGO can take various legal forms, including Trusts, Societies, or Section 8 Companies, while a Trust is a specific legal entity created for charitable purposes.
  • Management and governance: NGOs may have a governing board or committee responsible for decision-making, while a Trust is typically managed by trustees appointed in the trust deed.
  • Registration requirements: The registration process and regulatory requirements may vary depending on the legal form chosen for an NGO, while a Trust follows specific trust laws and regulations.
  • Tax status: NGOs may be eligible for tax exemptions or benefits under relevant tax laws, while trusts may also enjoy tax benefits but are subject to specific provisions governing charitable trusts.

  • Annual reporting: Submission of annual reports, financial statements, and activity reports to the registering authority or regulatory bodies.
  • Governance and management: Compliance with governance standards, including holding regular meetings of the governing board or trustees and maintaining proper records and documentation.
  • Tax compliance: Filing of tax returns, obtaining tax-exempt status or registrations under relevant tax laws, and compliance with any tax obligations.
  • Regulatory compliance: Adherence to laws, rules, and regulations governing charitable activities, fundraising, and other operational aspects.

Yes, registered NGOs and Trusts can work internationally, subject to compliance with local laws and regulations in the countries where they operate. This may involve obtaining necessary approvals, permits, and registrations, establishing partnerships or collaborations with local organizations, and complying with legal and tax requirements applicable to foreign entities operating in those jurisdictions.