A society is an association of persons united together by mutual accord to deliberate, govern and act jointly for some common purpose. Societies are usually registered for promotion of charitable activities like education, art, religion, culture, music, sports, etc., In India, The Societies Registration Act, 1860 lays down the procedure for society registration and operation in India. Several state governments without or with further amendments, 1860 have accepted the Society Registration act.
As per Section 20 of the Societies Act, 1860, a Society can be registered for the following purposes:
The signed Memorandum and Rules and Regulations must then be filed with the concerned Registrar of Societies in the State with the prescribed fee. If the Registrar is satisfied with application for Society Registration, the Registrar would certify to deem the Society to be registered.
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