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    Online Trust Registration in India

    A Trust is a Non-governmental organization that works for the social welfare and growth of the society at large. A Trust is registered under the Trust Act. Trust is not formed to earn any profit or income from society whereas it is registered for social welfare. The objectives of the Trust are to promote art, education, research, social welfare, education, science, and religion. Any profit or income derived from such activities must be utilized in the promotion of Trust objectives.

    Trust registration is done by the registrar of the respective jurisdiction by legalizing the trust deed. A Trust deed is a legal agreement between the settlor and trustee. The Trust comes into immediate effect once approval from the registrar is obtained. The provisions, rules, and regulations regarding the Trust are laid down in The Indian Trust Act 1882. Trust Act governs facilitated the registration of Trust in India.

    Trust is mainly of three types i.e.

    1- Public Trust

    2- Private Trust

    3- Public cum Private Trust

    Trust registration is granted by the registrar in India. The process to get Trust registration in India is completely online and digital. However, in many states, there is a need for signatory formalities in the registrar’s office. Any group of people having a common objective of social welfare can apply for Trust registration in the prescribed format. The most common way of registering an NGO is Trust or Charitable Trust. A trust can be a public or private trust. Generally, trust is formed to help and support the deprived sections of society. There are no such laws of public trust in India. However, states like Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu have their own Public Trust Act.

    Trust Registration is registered and regulated under The Indian Trust Act 1882 and Provisions regarding Trust registrations are laid down in the Trust. We, at RuPayKart, act as a Trust agent and helps individual and companies in registering themselves under the Trust.

    RuPayKart (Government Approved Startup), your trusted legal advisor, provides a cost-effective, reliable, and authentic Trust Registration in India. We have a team of Experts in CA, CS & Lawyers having vast knowledge of their respective fields. We register your Trust as per the rules and regulations defined by the Act. Post-registration of your Trust you will be getting a Certificate of registration, Challan copy instantly.


    • Tax exemption
    • Perpetual succession
    • Tax benefit to donor
    • Legal entity
    • Assistance to poor
    • Participation in Charitable activities
    • Asset management
    • Family wealth protection


    • Aadhaar/ voter ID/ Passport/ Driving License
    • PAN Card
    • Passport size photo
    • Documents with specimen signature
    • Electricity Bill
    • Rent Agreement (If Rented)
    • Stamp
    • MOA
    • Legal contract
    • Contact information


    • Certificate of Registration
    • Challan Copy
    • Master file of all documents
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    TRUST Registration FAQ’s

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    Once the payment for the registration is done, it takes 8-10 days to get Trust registered.
    No, at least 2 people are required to form Trust under the Trust Act.
    A Trust has several benefits such as Taxation benefits, statutory rights, Ensure Legal protection, and Change of Ownership without the need for a will.
    Trust can accept donations from individuals, government entities, private companies, and charitable foundations.
    As per the provisions and rules, Trust can run without registration. However to accept donations and to provide tax benefits to the donor, Trust has to get registered under the prescribed Act.
    A trust can be of any type i.e. Charitable Trust, Asset Protection Trust, Revocable Trust, Irrevocable Trust, Public Trust, or Private Trust.
    The Trustees are the legal owners of the Trust.
    Yes, it is mandatory to get your trust registered under section 12AB of the Income tax act, 1961 so that exemption can be claimed under section 11.
    After getting the Certificate of Sec 12 A from the Income Tax Department, the income of the Trust is exempted from tax.
    Yes, Tax is exempt under section 11 of the income tax act certain to some conditions.
    Yes, if it is provided in the trust deed, trustees can sell the property only with the permission of the charity commissioner. (Necessary)
    If the total turnover of the Trust exceeds Rupees 50 Lakhs, it is mandatory to get a GST certificate.
    All trusts having income exceeding the minimum exemption limit by the Income Tax Department during the previous financial year are required to file their Income Tax Return.
    To get an exemption from Income tax, every Trust must register under section 12AA of the Income Tax Act by applying Form 10A.
    Every TRUST has to get PAN allotted in its name. PAN also helps in opening a Bank account in the name of an NGO.
    Yes, TDS is also applicable to NGOs.

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