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Trust Registration

Trusts are a noble business structure designed to advance sciences, literature, and other worthy causes. They play a crucial role in addressing scarcity, offering education, and providing medical support. Trust registration, carried out under the Trusts Act of 1882, is the official process of registering a trust. This legal step ensures the trust’s recognition and compliance with the law, granting it legal validity and establishing its separate entity status.

For those considering the creation of a non-profit or charitable trust, trust registration is essential for effective operation and adherence to legal obligations. At Bmcs, our dedicated team of professionals is poised to assist you at every step of the trust registration process, aiming to provide a seamless and efficient experience.

Contact us today to discuss your trust registration needs and leverage our expertise in establishing legally compliant and effective trusts.

Trust & Trust Registration – An Overview

Individuals establish trusts to allocate a portion of their assets or property for the benefit of another person. In this fiduciary relationship, the trust involves three key parties: the trustor, trustee, and beneficiary, as outlined in the trust deed submitted during trust registration.

A trust comes into existence when the trustor transfers a specific asset or property to the trustee for the ultimate benefit of the beneficiary, typically a third party with connections to both the trustor and the trustee. Therefore, the nature of the relationships among the involved parties is crucial in defining a trust.

As per the Indian Trusts Act of 1882, a trust is officially defined as a “relationship between the trustor and trustee to hold specific benefits for the beneficiary.”

Parties involved in the Trust Registration Process:


The trustor is the person who establishes the trust. Typically the owner of the assets or property being placed in the trust, the trustor initiates the trust creation.


The trustee is an individual or entity entrusted with the responsibility of managing and overseeing the trust. They act as custodians of the trust property, administering it on behalf of the trustor and for the benefit of the beneficiary.


The beneficiary is the individual for whom the trust is created. They are the intended recipient of the benefits, assets, or property held within the trust. Often a third party known to both the trustor and trustee, the beneficiary is entitled to receive benefits as per the trust’s terms and conditions.

Trusts can be classified into various categories based on the activities they undertake. Here are the different types of trusts:

Private Limited Trusts:

Private Limited Trusts are established to conduct activities for specific individuals, families, or close associates. These trusts often have beneficiaries closely related to the trust’s founders and are governed by The Trusts Act of 1882.

Public Limited Trusts:

Public Limited Trusts are typically created to benefit the general public. They serve purposes such as charity, education, and religion and are governed by specific statutes like the Religious Endowments Act of 1863, the Charitable and Religious Trust Act of 1920, or the Bombay Public Trust Act of 1950. Charitable and religious trusts are the most common types of public trusts in India.

Public Cum-Private Trust:

This trust serves both public and private purposes, utilizing its income for the benefit of the public and specific individuals or families. The beneficiaries of a public cum-private trust can be a combination of public and private individuals.

Regulatory Authority and Laws for Trust Registration

The Registrar of Trusts serves as the primary regulatory authority overseeing trust registration in India. Their responsibility includes maintaining a comprehensive database of all registered trusts in the country. The registration process for private trusts is governed by the Trusts Act of 1882.

In the case of public trusts, there is no singular governing act applicable uniformly. Public trusts in India must be registered with the relevant state authority as required by the applicable state act.

Several laws contribute significantly to the regulation of trusts in India:


Trust registration is necessary for the following reasons:

By registering, trusts fulfill their objectives, gain legal recognition, and access government benefits and opportunities.

Benefits of Trust Registration

Trust registration provides numerous advantages for individuals and organizations. Here are the key benefits:

By registering a trust, individuals can enjoy these benefits, encompassing financial advantages, legal protection, and flexibility in asset management.

To be eligible for trust registration, the following criteria must be met:


Contents of a Trust Deed

A trust deed is a vital document that delineates key details and provisions of a trust. It typically includes the following clauses:

The trust deed serves as a legally binding document that governs the operations and functioning of the trust, providing clarity and guidance to all parties involved.

The process for applying for Trust Registration is outlined in detail below:

Name of the Trust:

Choose an appropriate name for the trust in compliance with relevant acts such as Trademarks, Copyrights Act, Intellectual Property Rights Act, and Emblems and Names Act, 1950.

Settlers of the Trust:

Determine individuals who will act as settlers of the trust. A minimum of two trustees is required, and all trustees must be residents of India.

Prepare Memorandum of Association (MOA):

Prepare an MOA outlining the objectives and purpose for which the trust is formed, ensuring legal permissibility.

Draft the Trust Deed:

Create a legally binding trust deed, outlining terms and conditions agreed upon by the author, trustees, and beneficiaries.

Submit to the Registrar:

Submit the trust deed and other required documents to the registrar, involving the author, trustees, and beneficiaries.

Obtain Certificate of Trust Registration:

Upon registrar approval, the trust is registered, and a trust registration certificate is issued. This certificate facilitates the opening of a bank account in the trust’s name.

Winding up a Trust:

Winding up occurs when trust assets are distributed lawfully to beneficiaries or a similar entity. Compliance with applicable laws and approval from the charity commissioner or court is crucial during this process.

How Bmcs Can Help:

Bmcs is dedicated to providing essential support for Trust Registration, ensuring compliance with intricate legal implications. Our experts guide you through understanding the governing provisions of Trust in India, facilitating Trust-related activities with minimal legal hassles.

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