Trust Registration

Registration of Charitable Trust

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Charitable Trust Registration

Below are the complete pre-requisites for the trust registration process

Documents required for Trust Registration

Proof of Identity: Self-attested copies of the Trustor’s and the Trustees’ ID proofs.

Trust Deed on stamp paper: The value of the stamp paper is a certain percentage of the total property value. This percentage is different in every state.

Address Proof of Registered office: You need a copy of the property registration certificate or a utility bill. (water bill/electricity bill)

No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the owner (for the rented property)

Passport-sized photos of the Trustor, the Trustees and people who were there when they signed the Deed.

For Application of 80G Certificate

Properly filled Form 10G;

Registration Certificate;

Copy of PAN card of trust;

Copy of utilities’ bill;

NOC from the landlord;

Books of accounts for the last 3 years;

Copy of Trust Deed;

Evidence of Welfare Activities/Progress Report.

Procedure for Trust Registration

The procedure to register your property with the government is as follows:

– You should write a trust document.

– The document needs to include the name and address of all trustees.

– The owner of the property should produce a no-objection certificate.

A trust document should be drafted. This is a document that has information about the trust.

The document needs to be signed by the person who is the trustee and two witnesses, in front of a notary public.
It needs to include all of the names and addresses of everyone involved with this trust, as well as any rules or regulations for it.

And finally, if you are living in your home, you need to give permission for the place where this office is located; otherwise they need to find another location.
The documents you will need for the Trust registration certificate are, Form 10G, Registration Certificate, Trust PAN Card copy, Utility Bill Copy, NoC from the Owner. You also need to have a copy of the Trust Deed and Bank Passbook.

This is the trust registration format. For more information about this process contact your nearest Regional Office or email us at

Frequently Asked Questions

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How many types of trust registrations are there?
Trusts can be divided into two branches: Public and Private. Public trusts mainly benefit the public. These trusts can be classified further into Religious and Charitable Trusts. The beneficiaries of private trusts mainly include individuals or families.
Is there a limit on the number of trustee?
A trust needs a minimum of two trustees. The board of management can be made up of the two trustees. An application will be filed with the registrar of trusts, telling them where your trust is going to be registered.
How to cancel trust registration?
The commissioner of the IRS has power to cancel registration. This is because trusts and institutions did not have a right to agitate the order of cancellation. The Finance Act, 2010, amended subsection 3 of section 1 2AA so that trusts and institutions can also call for cancellation of registration if they applied for it before its amendment.
Can the trustee also be a beneficiary?
Yes, this statement is correct. Sometimes the owner of a trust can make someone else the beneficiary because they think the trustee isn't doing their job. The original trustee can be replaced by the new beneficiary if it seems that the trustee might not be following their responsibilities or is using their powers in an illegal way.

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