TRUST REGISTRATION PROCESS
Any person who is competent to contract or has power and property that is transferable can create a trust.
Just like any other organization or NGO, a Trust to needs registration. The process for registering a trust is fairly simple.
Prepare a Trust Deed which should have the following details:-
It should be on stamp paper of requisite value.
One passport size photograph & a copy of identity proof of the settler.
One passport size photograph & a copy of identity proof of the two trustees.
One passport size photograph & a copy of identity proof of two witnesses.
The Trust Deed should be signed on all pages by the Settler.
REGISTER THE TRUST DEED
In accordance with the Indian Trust Act of 1882, it is mandatory to register the Trust Deed with the local registrar of a state. Along with the deed, submit xerox copies of the Deed duly signed by the settler on all the pages. While going to register the deed the witnesses and the settler should both be present at the Registrar office along with their identity proof in the original. Once the officer clarifies that all the documents are true, he will give you the registered Trust Deed but will keep a Xerox copy for his/her record.
Once your Trust Deed is registered, you can now run your trust in accordance with the Trust Act.