Co-Operative/Multi State Society Registration

A society is an organised group of persons whose main objective is to serve society and not earn a profit. Society is registered under The Societies Registration Act, 1860, to become a legal entity. Its main purpose is for charitable activities such as poverty relief, arts, education, religion, cultures and sports. The Governing body members are entrusted with the management of the affairs of the society. At the same time, the General Body member’s duties include the election of governing body members, alteration of rules and regulations, name and objects, if necessary. A foreigner can also become a society member in India. Society Registration is done through TAXAJ.

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Get your Society registered in the fastest possible manner.

Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017


It usually takes 15 to 25 working days, depending upon government approval.

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Services Covered
Who Should Buy
How It's Done
Documents Required
Services Covered

  • Name approval
  • Preparation of MOA and Rules & regulations
  • Preparation & Filing of Forms
  • Issue of Incorporation Certificate along with PAN and TAN
  • Assistance in Opening Bank Account
Who Should Buy

  • Businesses looking to expand or scale operations on higher level
  • Startups looking to raise capital and issue ESOPs
  • Businesses looking to convert their existing firm structure into private limited company
  • Businesses aiming to work globally or with reputed clients
How It's Done

  1. DSC Application

  2. Name approval form filing

  3. Preparation of Incorporation Documents

  4. Getting those docs signed by the respective stakeholders

  5. Filing of e-Forms with ROC

  6. Receipt of Incorporation Certificate with PAN, TAN, GST, EPF, ESI & Bank Account.

Documents Required
  1. Name, Contact Number and Email Id of all the Stakeholders.
  2. Directors Identification Number, if already.
  3. Self Attested PAN, Aadhar & Passport size photo of all the Stakeholders.
  4. Apostilled Passport, Mobile Bill and other KYC docs in case of NRI Stakeholder.
  5. Latest Month Personal Bank statement of all the Stakeholders.
  6. Specimen Signatures of all Stakeholders.
  7. Few Proposed Business Names along with Objects.
  8. Latest Electricity Bill/Landline Bill of Registered Office.
  9. NOC from owner of registered office. (If Owned)
  10. Rent Agreement from Landlord. (If Rented/Leased)
  11. Affidavit No. 1 regarding ownership and NOC for registered office of society
  12. Affidavit No. 2 regarding persons not related to each other and name of society

    Primary Credit Cooperative Society

    A Primary credit co-operative society is a group of people who are borrowers and non- borrowers living in a specific locality. Membership for the residents of the locality is open for all. Plus, they take an interest in the business affairs of one another.

    Central Credit Cooperative Society Banks

    is a group of people where the membership of the central co-operative bank is restricted to primary societies only. That is also known as banking union .Now, people are also allowed as members of nearly all Central Co-operative Banks.

    State credit Co-operative  society Banks

    A State credit Co-operative society banks are formed with the aim of inviting deposits from the wealthy urban classes. They are the mediator between the joint stock banks and the co-operative movements.

    Various types of Co Operative Society:

    Indian and Indian states has various types of set up for co operative society registration and regulations. Some state gives preference to society and its working model, while other feels their government machinery is capable enough to manage everything from the top and never allows anything to get operative in association of people. Some of the mention worthy forms of society are:

    Thrift & Credit Co-Op Society

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    Multi State Co Op Society

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