Register your trust with Accotax and obtain tax exemption benefits.

A Trust is registered as a non-government organization and governed by Indian Trust Act, 1882. According to law, Trust is an arrangement by which property is handed over to or vested in a person, to use and dispose for the benefit of another person”. Trust Formation can be broadly classified by two methods.

  • Public Trust (Charitable Trust)-  created for the benefit of the general public.
  • Private Trust formation-created for the benefits of the particular group of individuals known as beneficiaries.

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The person who is creating the Trust is called the Settlor and the person to whom the property is transferred to trust is called a Trustee. The person for whose benefit the property is transferred is called the beneficiary.

 In India trust can be registered within 7 to 10 days after filling the Application form of Trust Registration work feasibly.

Documents Required for Trust Registration.

  • Self Attested Copy of PAN Card of all Trustee and settler along with witness.
  • Self Attested Voter Id/ Aadhaar of all Trustee and settler along with witnesses.
  • 4 Passport Size Photographs of all Trustee and settler along with witnesses.
  • Latest Electricity Bill for Registered office of the Trust(Required Rent agreement or lease deed if the property is not in the name of partners).
  • Capital Contribution.
  • Name of Trust.
  • Object of trust.

The Major elements of the Trust is summarised below

  • Author or Settler: One who forms the trust and transfers under irrevocable arrangement the property and its future benefits to the trust.
  • Trustee: A body of Individuals who undertake the management and safekeeping of Trust and its property.
  • Beneficiary: People who will benefit from the trust.
  • Asset or property: of the trust
  • Objective: of the Trust
  • Trust Deed: defining all relationships, responsibilities, rights, terms and conditions.