❖ NGO Registration in Uttar Pradesh
Spread far-flung in the northern part of India, Uttar Pradesh is presently (even after bifurcation) the most populated State in the whole country, and has been since medieval times a significant center for educational, religious, and cultural developments and propagation. In terms of contribution to the national GDP, the economy of Uttar Pradesh is the second largest with over 8% share. For decades, Uttar Pradesh has been constantly progressing in various fields of the commerce, industry, profession, and services sectors, to be properly developed and amply prosperous. Hence, this big and thriving State of India does deserve valuable support of NGOs, for its well-rounded social, cultural, and economic development.
Ours well-established, well-experienced, and globally prominent law firm provides responsible, perfect, and swift services for ngo registration in uttar pradesh, in all across the entire State, as ours significant ancillary services, apart from expert legal services to people and entities engaged in almost all economic sectors in India and abroad. Information about ours reputed ngo registration services in uttar pradesh, is being provided separately in the section below, for visitors' convenience.
NGO Services in Uttar Pradesh
Ours impeccable and punctilious ngo services in uttar pradesh are for all types of an NGO, covering the most popular types as Trusts, Societies, and Section-25 Companies. For planning and registration of these all forms of NGOs, we offer services from the very beginning to the end. Today, ours legal organization is one of the most famous and prestigious firm for exquisite and swift ngo registration services in India.
For formation of a Trust, there are needed only two visionary and dedicated trustees, at the minimum; and the trust is registered under the Indian Trusts Act of 1882 or the State Trusts Act. For forming a social development society, the most pertinent act is the Societies Registration Act, 1860, which is a federal act; only seven or eight members are necessary for formation of a society in India. And, for establishing section-25 companies by any three partners, registration is made under the Indian Companies Act of 1956.