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Formation / Registration of Co-operative Housing Societies in Pune

Formation / Registration of Co-operative Housing Societies

According to the Law, every Builder / Developer has to form a Housing Co-operative Society with limited options available in this regard to managing the affairs of the building i.e.

(a) Condominium
(b) Private Limited Company and
(c) Co-operative Society, (excluding the unrealistic rental housing),

It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to state that in at least 90% the Promoters and / or the Builders have formed a Housing Co-operative Society.
The basic requirements for a Co-operative Housing Society Registration normally are unknown to the flat/unit purchasers. It is the statutory obligation cast upon the builder, where the builder acts as a friend, philosopher, and guide of the promoters and helps them in forming a Co- operative Housing Society.

There are four types of Housing Co-operative Societies

(a) Open Plot type Societies [Tenant ownership]
(b) Flat Owners Societies [Tenant Co-partnership]
(c) Tenant Societies
(d) Housing Board Societies.

The procedure for Co-operative Housing Society Registration begins with electing a Chief Promoter in a meeting of the Promoters. The builder under the Flat Owners type of co-operative society has the first right to act as the chief promoter. The developer / flat purchasers should call for a meeting of the Promoters by issuing the notice under Agenda of the meeting given at least 14 days notice to the Promoters. In this meeting, a Chief Promoter is elected who can exercise such powers and carry out such functions as are mentioned in the minutes of the Promoters of the proposed Co-operative Society. After electing the Chief Promoter, the proposed name of the society has to be decided by the Promoters. Normally, the name reservation proposal should be accompanied by the signature of at least 10 Promoters who have attended the meeting. It is a common belief that the Society should consist of at least 10 members. If the number is less than 10 then special permission from Government has to be taken. In such cases, the garages/car parking may be allotted to other relatives of the promoter to reach a number of 10.

It would be of interest to note that the model bye-laws define flat as a Flat means a separate set and self-contained set of premises used or intended to be used or intended to be used for residence, or office or showroom, or shop, or godown and includes a garage, or dispensary, or consulting room, or clinic, or flour mill, the premises forming part of a building and includes an apartment. On allotment of name and permission to open a bank account by the Registrar, the Chief Promoter has to collect Share Capital, Entrance Fees from promoters and deposit the same in the branch of the bank permitted by the Registrar. It should be noted that the amount cannot be withdrawn from the Bank till the Society is Registered or its Registration is refused, except with prior written permission of the Registrar. The Chief Promoter should submit Registration Proposal to the Registering Authority within a period of 3 months from the date of issue of Letter of Reservation in the name of the proposed Society.

The documents that need to be submitted to the Registering Authorities for Housing Co-operative Society Registration are as under :

1. Application for registration of Housing Co-operative Society in Form A along with Statement A. Enclosure to application for Registration as per Rule 4(1) of Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Rules, 1961.
2. Information about proposed Housing Co-operative Society in Statement ‘B’ (vide Govt. Circular dated 2-5-1980).
3. Information about promoter members of the proposed Housing Co-operative Society in Statement ‘C’ (vide Govt. Circular dt. 2-5-1980).
4. A Statement of Accounts as per Form D.
5. Model Bye-laws.
6. Bank Balance Certificate.
7. S.B.I. / Treasury Challan for payment of Registration Fee of Rs. 2500
8. Title Clearance Certificate from an Advocate
9. A true copy of the approved Building Plan.
10. Letter of Authority Granting permission to commence construction work/Completion Certificate (if applicable).
11. Affidavit on Rs. 100/- Stamp Paper from at least 10 promoter members to the effect that they are residing in the area of operation of the Society (Proposed), made before a Competent Authority.
12. An affidavit from the Chief Promoter on Stamp Paper of Rs. 100/- executed before the Competent Authority in form ‘Y’.
13. Certified True Copy of an agreement made on Stamp paper and registered between the builder, promoter and purchasers of flat.
14. Where the promoter members are firms/ companies, a letter of authority from such firms/companies authorizing the promoter to sign on behalf of firm / company.
15. In the case of such proposed societies, names of 60% of the flat holders of the total number of flats constructed or proposed to be constructed as per the plan approved, must be included in Statement ‘A’ to be attached to the Registration Proposal. It is the duty of the Registrar to register the society and on registration of the society, it becomes a separate legal entity. Thereafter, the management of the affairs of the society is carried out by the managing committee which is elected by the general body meeting of the society. It may be of interest to note that in a co-operative society the principle is one member one vote. In a co-operative society, the right to be exercised in the general body meeting is a personal right. This is one of the reasons why even a person holding a power of attorney cannot attend the general body meeting of the society. The quantum of the capital being introduced by the member is not of much importance. Preference should be given to the formation of a private limited company if one member proposes to acquire the majority of flats in the building.

List of Documents for Deemed Conveyance as under

  • Resolution & Notice to Builder
  • Development Agreement
  • Power of Attorney
  • Layout Plan (Blueprint)
  • Commencement Certificate, if so
  • Completion Certificate, if so
  • 7/12 Extract
  • Search Title Report
  • N.A. Order & U.L.C Order
  • Single copy of an Agreement (First Buyer)
  • All Index- II of all flats/shops
  • Architect Certificate of Area

Professional Charges & Expenses For Society Formation

  • 1. 10 to 25 Flats – Rs.3,500/-per flat + Rs.20,000/- (Advocate Fee)
  • 2. 26 to 50 Flats – Rs.3,500/-per flat
  • 3. 51 to 100 Flats – Rs.3,000/-per flat
  • 4. 101 to 200 Flats – Rs.2,500/-per flat
  • 5. Above 200 Flats – Rs.2,000/-per flat

For More information please contact us:
Consultants for Housing Co-operative Society Registration in Pune / Housing Co-operative Society Formation in Pune
Ved Legal
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Mobile: +91 9763040088

Deemed Conveyance of Buildings

Ved Legal comprises of a dedicated team of experts. We offer a multitude of services in the areas of Co-operative and Property law, but we are best known for our expertise in the Co-operative field i.e. Society Formation/Registration as well as Deemed Conveyance, Conveyance thereof. We have vast experience in representing our clients in matters of Society Formation, Deemed Conveyance, and Recovery, etc..
Deemed Conveyance:-
In Maharashtra there are many single building where there are flats or offices less than 10 units, those are or were not covered law of deemed conveyance. But now there is good news for some single building which falls under Maharashtra Apartment Ownership Flats Act.
Recently Maharashtra Government has made changes in Maharashtra Ownership Flats Act (MOFA) and according to this new amendment, there is provision for deemed conveyance for apartments also, and power of deemed conveyance are given to Dist. Sub Registrar office.
As per this all apartments owners may apply for conveyance, for which builders and developers are not cooperating. Deed of apartment is executed by builders after completion of building by executing deed of declaration, and executing deed of apartment separately with each flat or unit holder.
Normally it is seen and observed that after construction of the building and completion there are problems between flat holders and builders on various issues, or many time it is expected that the plot on which the building is constructed may be getting additional FSI or TDR which temps builders hence the additional FSI/ TDR goes to builders and they are able to build one more floor on the existing building or they are able to sale it in market against consideration and hence builders are reluctant to execute deed of conveyance .
Other reason is if conveyance is not done then while selling flat in resale market new purchaser demands NOC or Bank need NOC from builders and when flat owner goes to builder for NOC, these builders illegally demand for 50000 to 1 Lac in cash for issuing NOC, and this is the reason builders are reluctant in executing conveyance.
It is also observe that many time builders do not construct buildings according to sanctioned plan and this do not get completion certificate which results into non conveyance, as per law building completion is must for conveyance. Some builders even abandon construction work, when they see there is no profitability and buyers are left with no relief, except of protection under Consumer Protection Act, but that does not solve issue of conveyance of the property.

Society Registration Pune

According to the Law, every Builder / Developer has to form a Housing Co-operative Society with limited options available in this regard to managing the affairs of the building i.e.

(a) Condominium
(b) Private Limited Company and
(c) Co-operative Society, (excluding the unrealistic rental housing),

It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to state that in at least 90% the Promoters and / or the Builders have formed a Housing Co-operative Society.
The basic requirements for a Co-operative Housing Society Registration normally are unknown to the flat/unit purchasers. It is the statutory obligation cast upon the builder, where the builder acts as a friend, philosopher, and guide of the promoters and helps them in forming a Co- operative Housing Society.

Society Registration in Pune

There are four types of Housing Co-operative Societies

(a) Open Plot type Societies [Tenant ownership]
(b) Flat Owners Societies [Tenant Co-partnership]
(c) Tenant Societies
(d) Housing Board Societies.

The procedure for Co-operative Housing Society Registration begins with electing a Chief Promoter in a meeting of the Promoters. The builder under the Flat Owners type of co-operative society has the first right to act as the chief promoter. The developer / flat purchasers should call for a meeting of the Promoters by issuing the notice under Agenda of the meeting given at least 14 days notice to the Promoters. In this meeting, a Chief Promoter is elected who can exercise such powers and carry out such functions as are mentioned in the minutes of the Promoters of the proposed Co-operative Society. After electing the Chief Promoter, the proposed name of the society has to be decided by the Promoters. Normally, the name reservation proposal should be accompanied by the signature of at least 10 Promoters who have attended the meeting. It is a common belief that the Society should consist of at least 10 members. If the number is less than 10 then special permission from Government has to be taken. In such cases, the garages/car parking may be allotted to other relatives of the promoter to reach a number of 10.

It would be of interest to note that the model bye-laws define flat as a Flat means a separate set and self-contained set of premises used or intended to be used or intended to be used for residence, or office or showroom, or shop, or godown and includes a garage, or dispensary, or consulting room, or clinic, or flour mill, the premises forming part of a building and includes an apartment. On allotment of name and permission to open a bank account by the Registrar, the Chief Promoter has to collect Share Capital, Entrance Fees from promoters and deposit the same in the branch of the bank permitted by the Registrar. It should be noted that the amount cannot be withdrawn from the Bank till the Society is Registered or its Registration is refused, except with prior written permission of the Registrar. The Chief Promoter should submit Registration Proposal to the Registering Authority within a period of 3 months from the date of issue of Letter of Reservation in the name of the proposed Society.

The documents that need to be submitted to the Registering Authorities for Housing Co-operative Society Registration are as under :

1. Application for registration of Housing Co-operative Society in Form A along with Statement A. Enclosure to application for Registration as per Rule 4(1) of Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Rules, 1961.
2. Information about proposed Housing Co-operative Society in Statement ‘B’ (vide Govt. Circular dated 2-5-1980).
3. Information about promoter members of the proposed Housing Co-operative Society in Statement ‘C’ (vide Govt. Circular dt. 2-5-1980).
4. A Statement of Accounts as per Form D.
5. Model Bye-laws.
6. Bank Balance Certificate.
7. S.B.I. / Treasury Challan for payment of Registration Fee of Rs. 2500
8. Title Clearance Certificate from an Advocate
9. A true copy of the approved Building Plan.
10. Letter of Authority Granting permission to commence construction work/Completion Certificate (if applicable).
11. Affidavit on Rs. 100/- Stamp Paper from at least 10 promoter members to the effect that they are residing in the area of operation of the Society (Proposed), made before a Competent Authority.
12. An affidavit from the Chief Promoter on Stamp Paper of Rs. 100/- executed before the Competent Authority in form ‘Y’.
13. Certified True Copy of an agreement made on Stamp paper and registered between the builder, promoter and purchasers of flat.
14. Where the promoter members are firms/ companies, a letter of authority from such firms/companies authorizing the promoter to sign on behalf of firm / company.
15. In the case of such proposed societies, names of 60% of the flat holders of the total number of flats constructed or proposed to be constructed as per the plan approved, must be included in Statement ‘A’ to be attached to the Registration Proposal. It is the duty of the Registrar to register the society and on registration of the society, it becomes a separate legal entity. Thereafter, the management of the affairs of the society is carried out by the managing committee which is elected by the general body meeting of the society. It may be of interest to note that in a co-operative society the principle is one member one vote. In a co-operative society, the right to be exercised in the general body meeting is a personal right. This is one of the reasons why even a person holding a power of attorney cannot attend the general body meeting of the society. The quantum of the capital being introduced by the member is not of much importance. Preference should be given to the formation of a private limited company if one member proposes to acquire the majority of flats in the building.

Co-operative Housing Society Formation in Pune

Co-operative Housing Society Formation in Pune

Practically every developer has a Co-operative Housing Society Formation in Pune at one point of time or another. With the limited amount of options available with regard to management of the affairs of the building i.e. (a) Condominium (b) Private Limited Company and (c) Co-operative Society, (excluding the unrealistic rental housing), it will not be an exaggeration to state that in atleast 90% cases particularly in Pune the Promoters and/or the Builders have formed a Co-operative Housing Society. The basic requirements for Co-operative Housing Society Registration in Pune normally is not known to the flat purchasers. It is here that apart from the statutory obligations cast upon the builder, the builder as a friend, philosopher and guide of promoters helps in forming a Co-operative Housing Society.

There are basically four types of Co-operative Housing Societies connected with the housing.

(a) Open Plot Societies

(b) Flat Owners Societies

(c) Tenant Societies

(d) Housing Board Societies.

In Open Plot Societies, members purchase or take one lease a plot of land and themselves construct the building. Due to bureaucratic formalities and lack of specialized knowledge, a few societies are formed under the head of open Plot Societies. When a builder constructs flats and sells them to Flat Owners, the Society when formed is called Flat Owner’s Society. When Landlord forms a Society of tenants, it is called Tenants Society. When a Society is formed by Allot tees of flats and building is constructed by the Housing Board Authorities, i.e. Pune Housing and Development Board, then the Society so formed is of the type of Housing Board Society. The procedure that should be followed for formation of societies of the above said types is different for different types of Societies. Members who wish Co-operative Housing Society Formation in Pune are generally ignorant of the procedural aspects and as a result of the same they have to run from place to place and get entangled in bureaucratic delays.

The procedure for Registration of a society begins with electing a Chief Promoter in a meeting of the Promoter. The builder under the Flat Owners type of co-operative society has the first right to act as the chief promoter. The developer/flat purchasers should call for a meeting of the Promoters by issuing the notice under Agenda of the meeting given at least 14 days notice to the Promoters. In this meeting, a Chief Promoter is elected who can exercise such powers and carry out such functions as are mentioned in the minutes of the Promoters of the proposed Co-operative Society. After electing the Chief Promoter, the proposed name of the society has to be decided by the Promoters.

Normally, the name reservation proposal should be accompanied with the signature of at least 10 Promoters who have attended the meeting. It is a common belief that the Society should consist of at least 10 members. If the number is less than 10 then special permission from Government has to be taken. In such cases, the garages/car parking may be allotted to other relatives of the promoter to reach number of 10. It would be of interest to note that the model bylaws define flat as a ‘Flat means a separate set and self-contained set of premises used or intended to be used or intended to be used for residence, or office or show-room, or shop, or go down and includes a garage, or dispensary, or consulting room, or clinic, or flour mill, the premises forming part of a building and includes an apartment’. On allotment of name and permission to open a bank account by the Registrar, the Chief Promoter has to collect Share Capital, Entrance Fees from promoters and deposit the same in the branch of the bank permitted by the Registrar. It should be noted that the amount cannot be withdrawn from the Bank till the Society is Registered or its Registration is refused, except with prior written permission of the Registrar. The Chief Promoter should submit Registration Proposal to the Registering Authority within a period of 3 months from the date of issue of Letter of Reservation in the name of the proposed Society. The documents that are normally to be submitted to the Registering Authorities are as under :-

1. Application for registration of Society in Form A along with Statement A. Enclosure to application for Registration as per Rule 4(1) of Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Rules, 1961.

2. Information about proposed society in Statement ‘B’ (vide Govt. Circular dated 2-5-1980).

3. Information about promoter members of the proposed society in Statement ‘C’ (vide Govt. Circular dt. 2-5-1980).

4. A Statement of Accounts as per Form D.

5. Model Bye-laws.

6. Bank Balance Certificate.

7. R.B.I. / Treasury Challan for payment of Registration Fee of Rs. 2500/-.

8. Title Clearance Certificate from an Advocate

9. A true copy of the approved Building Plan.

10. Letter of Authority Granting permission to commence construction work/Completion Certificate (if applicable).

11. Affidavit on Rs.100/- Stamp Paper from atleast 10 promoter members to the effect that they are residing in the area of operation of the Society (Proposed), made before a Competent Authority.

12. Affidavit from the Chief Promoter on Stamp Paper of Rs. 100/- executed before the Competent Authority in form ‘Y’.

13. Certified True Copy of agreement made on Stamp paper and registered between the builder, promoter and purchasers of flat.

14. Where the promoter members are firms/ companies, a letter of authority from such firms/companies authorizing the promoter to sign on behalf of firm/company.

15. In case of such proposed societies, names of 60% of the flat holders of the total number of flats constructed or proposed to be constructed as per the plan approved, must be included in Statement ‘A’ to be attached to the Registration Proposal.

It is the duty of the Registrar to register the society and on registration of the society it becomes a separate legal entity. Thereafter, the management of the affairs of the society is carried out by the managing committee which is elected by the general body meeting of the society. It may be of interest to note that in a co-operative society the principle is one member one vote. In a co-operative society the right to be exercised in the general body meeting is a personal right. This is one of the reasons why even a person holding a power of attorney cannot attend the general body meeting of the society. THE quantum of the capital being introduced by the member is not of much importance. Preference should be given for formation of a private limited company if one member propose to acquire majority of the flats in the building.

For any queries/information regarding Housing Society Formation in Pune

Please contact us:
Advocates for Housing Society Formation in Pune
Ved Legal
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Mobile: +91 9763040088

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Consultant for Co-operative Housing Society Registration in Pune

Consultant for Co-operative Housing Society Registration in Pune

While working with society administrators and members, we notice that one of common services they need is the “Consultant Co-operative Housing Society Registration in Pune”. Someone who is an expert on housing society matters from operational and legal point of view. A right consultant can make a big difference in how you run your housing society especially if it’s not functioning properly and facing lot of internal disputes.

Someone who can help you in:

  •     Setting up your housing society in day-to-day advice
  •     Holding elections and formalize processes
  •     Handle corruption at various level
  •     Resolving disputed matters
  •     Streamlining administrative jobs
  •     Legal advice
  •     Society registration
  •     Society deemed conveyance
  •     And all that you need to run your society well

Feel free to contact us if you need a Consultant for co operative housing society registration in Pune. We can connect you with consultant best for you. A professional well versed with cooperative act, bye-laws of cooperative societies, certified and recognized by the registrar of cooperatives as administrator and election Officer.

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Society Formation in Pune

Society Formation in Pune

we provide services for society formation in Pune for co-operative housing societies.

We, at Ved Legal, provide society formation in Pune and formation services which help you at every step of society formation in Pune, right from inception to final handover. We look after all the legal complications involved in society formation in Pune and carry out necessary negotiations with developers. Our years of experienced team can help you with the complete process without any hassle.

Forming a legal society is of utmost importance. It helps society owners to reap unlimited benefits and maintain smooth functioning. It is mandatory for developers to create societies and provide a final handover to the owners. However, many developers do not comply with these procedures and hence flat owners lose that added benefit that a legal society enjoys.

Co-operative housing society formation in Pune

We specialize in co-operative housing society formation in Pune. We help developers and societies with complex registration process during society mergers, society split, and federation registrations.

For any queries/information regarding Housing Society Formation in Pune

Please contact us:
Advocates for Housing Society Formation in Pune
Ved Legal
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Mobile: +91 9763040088

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Society Registration in Pune

Society Registration in Pune

we provide services for society registration in Pune for co-operative housing societies.

We, at Ved Legal, provide society registration in Pune and formation services which help you at every step of society registration in Pune, right from inception to final handover. We look after all the legal complications involved in society registration in Pune and carry out necessary negotiations with developers. Our years of experienced team can help you with the complete process without any hassle.

Registering a legal society is of utmost importance. It helps society owners to reap unlimited benefits and maintain smooth functioning. It is mandatory for developers to create societies and provide a final handover to the owners. However, many developers do not comply with these procedures and hence flat owners lose that added benefit that a legal society enjoys.

Co-operative housing society registration in Pune

We specialize in co-operative housing society registration in Pune. We help developers and societies with complex registration process during society mergers, society split, and federation registrations.

For any queries/information regarding Housing Society Registration in Pune

Please contact us:
Advocates for Housing Society Registration in Pune
Ved Legal
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Mobile: +91 9763040088

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Documents required for Housing Society Registration in Pune

Documents required for Housing Society Registration in Pune

We’re frequently asked about the documents that are required for housing society registration in Pune.

7/12 extract of the land or property card.
Certificate from the competent authority regarding non-agricultural land.
The order regarding applicable/non applicable of land ceiling Act.
Construction layout approved by the competent authority.
Letter of sanction for starting construction.
Certificate regarding completion of construction work.
Development Agreement if the land is taken for development.
Letter of Power of Attorney of the land.
Title search report of the land.
The registered agreement of purchases of the flat with necessary stamp duty paid.
Architect Certificate regarding construction.
List of Members.
Scheme of the Society.
Application for reserving name.
At least ten members are necessary for registration of society. However the government has given permission subject to some conditions for the Housing society of less than 10 members by exercising powers under section 7.
If the land is given by the government or undertaking agency of the government then its guarantee letter.
No objection certificates from the Charitable Commissioner if the land is of Trust.
Certificate of the competent authority regarding non-agricultural plot.
While registering SRA/SRD and MHADA recognized Co-operative Housing Societies, it is obligatory to fulfill the necessary papers as per instructions given by that authorities by their circulars in addition to above criterion.
Application for Registering Society (A form)
Table giving information of society (B Form)
Table giving details of the members ( C Form)
Statement of Accounts of the Members (D Form)
Bye-Laws of the Mortgage Society.
Notorised Guarantee letter by the Chief Promoter of the society on the stamp Paper of Rs. 100/-
Notarised Guarantee letter by the Builder, Promoter on the Stamp Paper of Rs. 100/-
Affidavit of Members (Affidavit of Minimum 10 Promoters)
Two copies of bye laws approved by the Commissioner, Cooperation and Registrar, Co-operative Societies, Maharashtra State Pune.
Proof of the bank balance of depositing the amount of each share of Rs. 500/- of the promoter member and admission fee of Rs. 100/- after getting permission for reservation in the District Central Cooperative Bank.
Chalan of Rs. 2500/- deposited in the Government Treasury Registration fee for the Housing Society of Backward class is Rs. 50/-

For any queries/information regarding Housing Society Registration in Pune

Please contact us:
Advocates for Housing Society Registration in Pune
Ved Legal
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Mobile: +91 9763040088

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Society Formation in Pune: How to form A Society in Pune? Formation of Society in Pune.

Society Formation in Pune: How to form A Society in Pune? Formation of Society in Pune.

Society Formation in Pune is formed & registered with the Registrar office Societies under Societies Formation Act. In Maharashtra state it is registered with Charity commissioner.

Society Formation: How to register Society Formation in Pune?

A minimum of 7 members are requied to register a Society. A society shall be registered with the Registrar office under Societies Formation act 1860 (A separate Registrar of Societies will be in your area). Only for Maharashtra state its different and it shall be registered with Charity commissioner.
Formation of society is undertaken by a basic document of Memorandum of understanding and Articles of Association with the specified rules and regulations. Such document consists of Name, occupation and address of all members and with the rights, power, duties and responsibilities of each members and governing body.

Society Formation in Pune

is formed by association of at least 7 members. Each designated persons will be elected by election 3 years once or as specified by the about society document.
The objects and rules of the society is formed as per the societies act and you shall contact the society of registrar to have more details towards creation of bye-law ( Memorandum of understanding and articles of association). Also you can ask your Auditor, chartered person, Lawyers, Attorney to help you towards this bye-law creation.
No stamp paper is required for society Formation. Management of society run by Governing body and succession in management is by Election.
As per the Societies act, the Governing body meeting and Annual general meeting should be conducted. Governing body members are entrusted the management of the affairs of the society. Where as the General body member duties include election of Governing body members, alteration of name, objects, rules and regulations if necessary. Even a foreigner can be a member of a society in India.
The purpose and object of the society shall be literary, scientific or charitable purpose.
After Formation of society, you shall apply of PAN CARD if required. Any way each year we have to submit the accounts to the Registrar of societies.
Non-filling of names, addresses and occupation of Governing body members, council, directors, committee entrusted with management of the Society or willfully furnishing false information or return or refusing or neglecting to send audited income and expenditure statement and information are offences of the Society which can be penalized.

For any queries/information regarding Society Formation in Pune

Please contact us:
Advocates for Society Formation in Pune
Ved Legal
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Mobile: +91 9763040088

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Society Registration in Pune: How to register A Society in Pune? Formation of Society in Pune.

Society Registration in Pune: How to register A Society in Pune? Formation of Society in Pune.

Society Registration in Pune is formed & registered with the Registrar office Societies under Societies Registration Act. In Maharashtra state it is registered with Charity commissioner.

Society Registraton: How to register Society Registration in Pune?

A minimum of 7 members are requied to register a Society. A society shall be registered with the Registrar office under Societies Registration act 1860 (A separate Registrar of Societies will be in your area). Only for Maharashtra state its different and it shall be registered with Charity commissioner.
Registration of society is undertaken by a basic document of Memorandum of understanding and Articles of Association with the specified rules and regulations. Such document consists of Name, occupation and address of all members and with the rights, power, duties and responsibilities of each members and governing body.

Society registration in Pune

is formed by association of at least 7 members. Each designated persons will be elected by election 3 years once or as specified by the about society document.
The objects and rules of the society is formed as per the societies act and you shall contact the society of registrar to have more details towards creation of bye-law ( Memorandum of understanding and articles of association). Also you can ask your Auditor, chartered person, Lawyers, Attorney to help you towards this bye-law creation.
No stamp paper is required for society registration. Management of society run by Governing body and succession in management is by Election.
As per the Societies act, the Governing body meeting and Annual general meeting should be conducted. Governing body members are entrusted the management of the affairs of the society. Where as the General body member duties include election of Governing body members, alteration of name, objects, rules and regulations if necessary. Even a foreigner can be a member of a society in India.
The purpose and object of the society shall be literary, scientific or charitable purpose.
After registration of society, you shall apply of PAN CARD if required. Any way each year we have to submit the accounts to the Registrar of societies.
Non-filling of names, addresses and occupation of Governing body members, council, directors, committee entrusted with management of the Society or willfully furnishing false information or return or refusing or neglecting to send audited income and expenditure statement and information are offences of the Society which can be penalized.

For any queries/information regarding Society registration in Pune

Please contact us:
Advocates for Society registration in Pune
Ved Legal
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Mobile: +91 9763040088

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