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Andhra Pradesh Societies Registration Act , 2001.

THE ANDHRA PRADESH GAZETTE
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PART IV-B EXTRAORDINARY 
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY 
NO 42] HYDERABAD , WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2001. 
ANDHRA PRADESH ACTS, ORDINANCE AND REGULATIONS Etc. 
 The following act of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assemble received the assent 
of the Governor on the 9 the October, 2001 on the 9
th
 October, 2001 and the said assent 
is hereby first published on the 10
th
 October , 2001 in the Andhra Pradesh Gazette for 
general information:- 
ACT No : 35 of 2001 
AN ACT TO CONSOLIDATE AND AMEND THE LAW RELATING TO THE 
REGISTRATION OF SOCIETIES SITUATED IN ANDHRA PRADESH PROMOTING 
ART, FINE ARTS, CHARITY, CRAFTS, RELIGION, SPORT LITERATURE, CULTURE, 
SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY POLITICAL EDUCATION OR ANY PUBLIC PURPOSE AND 
FOR MATTERS CONNECTED THEREWITH OR INCIDENTAL THERETO 
 Be it enacted by the legislative assembly of the state of Andhra Pradesh in the 
Fifty-second Year of the Republic of India as follows:- 
CHAPTER –I 
PRELIMINARY 
Short title, 
extend and 
commence- 
ment. 
1. (1) This act may be called the Andhra Pradesh Societies 
 Registration Act , 2001. 
(2) It extends to the whole of the state of Andhra Pradesh. 
(3) It shall come into force on such date as the Government may, 
 be notification, in the Andhra Pradesh Gazette, appoint. 
Definitions. 2. In this Act, unless the context other wise requires:- 
(a) ‘ Alter’ and “ alteration’ shall include the making of additions 
 and supplying of omissions; (b) ‘Bye-laws’ means the by- laws of a society; 
 (C) ‘ committee’ means the executive committee appointed under 
 section 14 or any person or body of person to who the 
 management of the affairs of a society is entrusted by its by- 
 laws; 
 (d) ‘ Court’ means in the cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, 
 the City Civil Court, and elsewhere, the Principal Civil Court of 
 original jurisdiction; 
 (e) ‘ Document’ includes summons, notices, requisition, order, or 
 other legal process, and registers, whether issued, sent or kept in 
 pursuance of the provisions of this Act or of any other laws or 
 other- wise; 
 (f) ‘Financial year’ means the period of twelve months for which 
 the accounts of a society are required to be made up by the bye- 
 laws and if the bye-laws do not so provide, the period of twelve 
 months ending with the 31
st
 march of each year ; 
 (g) ‘ Government’ means the State Government of Andhra Pradesh; 
(h) Member means a person, individual or body corporate who 
 which having been admitted to membership in any society has 
 not resigned or ceased to be a member or been removed from 
 membership in accordance with the bye-laws of that society; 
(i) ‘ Memorandum’ means the memorandum of 
 association of a society as originally framed or a 
 altered from time to time in pursuance of the provision 
 of this Act or the Societies Registration Act, 1860 or the 
 Andhra Pradesh ( Telangana Area ) 
Centra
l Act 
21 of 
1860, 
Act I 
of 
1350 
F. 
(j) “Notification’ means of published in the Andhra 
Pradesh Gazette and the word notified shall be 
construed accordingly; 
(k) ‘ Officer’ includes any director, manger, treasure, 
trustee, secretary, member of t the committee, or any 
person appointed by a society to sue and be sued on 
its behalf and any other person empowered under the 
rules or the bye-laws to give direction in regard to the 
business of society; 
(l) ‘ Registrar; means an officer of the Registration 
Department , not below the rank of Sub-Registrar as 
may be specifically empowered by the Government to 
exercise the powers of Registrar under this Act; 
(m) ‘ Registrar General’ means the Inspector General of 
Registration appointed by the Government under 
section 3 of the Registration Act, 1908; 
Centra
l Act 16 of 
1908. 
(n) ‘ Society’ means a society registered or deemed to be 
registered under this Act; and 
(o) ‘Special resolution’ means, resolution passed by a 
majority of the total members of the society and not 
less than three-fifths of the members present and 
voting in a meeting, of which not less than fourteen 
clear days notice and the date of meeting, specifying 
the intention to propose the resolution as special 
resolution, as been duly given. CHAPTER – II 
REGISTRATION OF SOCIETIES 
Societies 
which may 
be 
registered 
under this 
Act 
3. (1) Any seven or more persons forming a society which 
has for its object the promotion of art, fine art, charity, 
crafts, religion, sports (excluding games of chance) , 
literature, culture, science , political education, 
philosophy or diffusion of any knowledge or any public 
purpose may be registered under this Act. 
(2) No society of which a firm, whether registered or not 
or an unincorporated association of individuals is a 
member shall be registered under this Act. 
Central Act 
9 of 1932 
(3) Nothing contained in Sub-Section (2) shall precluded 
the registration under this Act of a Society on the 
ground that a partner as defined in section 4 of the 
Indian Partner ship Act, 1932, or a member of an 
unincorporated Association of individuals is, in his 
individual capacity, a member of the society. 
(4) (1) for the purposes of registration of a society 
there shall be filed with the Registrar of the district 
in which the registered office of the society is to be 
situated :- 
(a) a memorandum of association of the society 
 which shall state:- 
(i) the name of the society; 
(ii) the aims and objects of the society; 
(iii) the names, and occupations of the members 
of the committee; and 
 (b) the bye-laws of the society. 
(5) The bye- laws of a society shall contain provisions in 
respect of following matters:- 
(i) Identity of the society which includes name and 
address particulars of the society; 
(ii) activities of the society; 
(iii) membership of the society i.e. eligibility, 
admission, withdrawal and termination etc., 
(iv) general body which contains the manner of 
meetings to be held or convened, quorum, 
functions and responsibilities etc. 
(v) office bearers and their appointment/ election/ 
removal/recall and their responsibilities etc ; 
(vi) finances which includes types of funds to be 
raised, appointment of auditors, liability of 
members for discharge of debts etc., and 
(vii) other matters which covers the internal 
matters of settlement of internal disputes, 
dissolution of the society etc; 
Societies 
not be 
registered 
with 
 6.(1) No society all be registered by a name which 
contravenes the provisions of the Emblems and names ( 
prevention of the Improper use) Act, 1950. 
 (2) (a) no society shall be registered in a District by 
a name, which is identical with that of another registered 
society in existence in the same District or so nearly undesirable 
names. 
Central act 
12 of 1950 
resembling it so as to mislead except where the registered 
society in existence is in the course of being dissolved and 
signifies in writing it consent to such registration. 
(b) except with the previous sanction in writing of the 
Government, no society shall be registered by a name which 
contains any of the following words, namely;- 
(i) “ co-operative “ or “ land Development” 
(ii) “ Reserve Bank”, 
(iii) “ union’ or “ State” or any word expressing 
or implying the sanction, approval or patronage of the 
Central Government or any state Government; and 
(iv) “ Municipal “ or “ Charted “ or any word 
which suggests or is or is calculated to suggest connection 
with any municipality or other local authority; 
 Provided that noting in this section shall apply to the 
societies registered before the date of commencement of 
this Act. 

(3) A society may , be a special resolution change it’s 
name, with a previous intimation to the Registrar in 
writing. 
(4) The change of name shall not affect any right or 
obligation of the society or any member thereof or render 
defective any action or other legal proceedings by or 
against it and any of the members, and any action or other 
legal proceedings which might have been continued or 
commenced by or against the society by its former name 
may be continued or commenced by or against the society 
by its new name . 
 7. (1) where a society has complied with the provisions 
of the act as to registration and on payment of such fees a 
may be notified under section 29, the Registrar shall issued 
to that society a certificate of registration and such 
certificate shall be conclusive evidence that the society 
therein mentioned is duly registered . 
 (2) The Registrar shall, after the issue of a certificate of 
registration to a society enter in a register which may 
include a register maintained through an electronic device 
like computer, the particulars specified in the memorandum, 
of that society filed and such other particulars as may be 
notified. 
 (3) If the Registrar refuses to register a society, an 
appeal shall lie to the Registrar General within sixty days 
from the date of communication of the order of the registrar 
refusing to register the society. Every such appeal shall be 
accompanied by a fee as may be notified by the 
Government from time to time. 
 (4) If an application for registration of society is 
presented before the Registrar complying with all the 
provisions of this act is not disposed off within sixty days the 
society is deemed to have been registered and the Registrar 
shall issue a certificate to that effect. 
Registra
tion of 
societie
s. 8. (1) by a “ special Resolution” a society may alter the 
provisions of the memorandum with respect to:- 
(a) change of objectives of the society; 
(b) to amalgamate itself with any other society; or 
(c) to divide itself into tow or more societies. 
 (2) Subject to the provisions of this Act, and the 
conditions contained in its memorandum, a society may, by 
an ordinary resolution passed by not less than 1/2 ( Half) 
of the members present and voting alter its bye-laws. 
 (3) Any alteration of the memorandum of the society shall 
not be valid unless such alteration is registered under this 
Act. 
 (4) If any alteration of the memorandum is filed with the 
Registrar and if they are not contrary to the provisions of 
this Act, he shall register the same and shall certify the 
registration of such alteration under his hand and seal 
within thirty days form the date of receipt of the resolution. 
The certificate shall be conclusive evidence that all the 
requirements of this Act with respect to the alteration and 
the certification thereof have been complied with and 
henceforth the memorandum as so altered shall be the 
memorandum of the society. 

 (5) Every alteration in the bye-laws of the society should 
be sent to the Registrar and he shall take it on record if it is 
not contrary to the provisions of this Act. 
Amend
ment of 
memora
ndum 
and 
Byelaws. 
Filling of 
annual list 
 9. Every year the society shall, within fifteen days from 
the date on which the General Body meeting was held 
furnish a list to the Registrar of societies which shall contain 
the names and addresses of the members of the Managing 
Committee and officers entrusted with the management of 
the affairs of the society. 
CHAPTER III 
MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION 
 Registered 
office of 
society 
 10. (1) A society shall, as from the day on which it begins 
functioning or as from the twenty-eight day after the date of 
its registration whichever is earlier have a registered office 
at any place in the district in which it is registered and to 
which all communications and notices may be addressed. 
Notice of the location of the registered office and of every 
change therein shall be given within twenty-eight days after 
the date of its registration or after the date of the change, 
as the case may be, to the Registrar, who shall record the 
same in the certificate of registration . 
 (2) Any change of its registered office to a place outside 
the district, in which it is registered, shall be intimated to 
the Registrars of both the Districts. 

 (3) Every society shall display its name outside its office 
premises in conspicuous position in legible charters of the 
language in general use in that place. 
 (4) Every society shall have its name engraved in legible 
charters on its seal. 11. every society shall keep register of members and enter 
therein the following particulars, namely:- 
(a) the name and address and the occupation, if any, of 
each member; 
(b) the date on which the name of each person was 
entered in the register as member; 
(c) the date on which any person ceased to be a 
member; and 
(d) the specimen signatures of the members. 
Register 
of 
Member
s 
12. every society shall keep at its office, the following 
accounts records, and documents, namely:- 
(a) a copy of this Act with up-to date amendments 
incorporated; 
(b) a copy of its registered memorandum along with 
upto date bye-laws with amendments made from 
time to time; 
(c) the minutes book; 
(d) accounts of all sums of money received and 
expended by the society and their respective 
purposes; 
(e) accounts of all purchases and sales of goods by the 
society; 
(f) accounts of all assets and liabilities of the society; 
(g) an up date register and a list of all member with 
voting rights for the current year prepared within 
thirty days of closure of the society’s financial year; 
(h) copies of the audit reports and if any , and 
compliance reports thereon; and 
(i) All such other accounts, records and documents as 
may be required by this Act. 
Account
s and 
records 
Inspection 
of register 
of member 
of a society 
13. the Register of members shall be kept open during 
the business hours subject to such reasonable restrictions 
a the bye-laws of the society may specify 
Committee 
of the 
society 
14. (1) Every society shall elect a Committee, consisting 
of not less than three members of the society, by a 
resolution passed by a majority of the members present and 
entitled to vote at an annual general body meeting of the 
society held under section 20. 
(2) the term of the committee or of its members 
so elected shall be a period not exceeding six years as may 
be specified in the bye-laws; 
provided that a member who has completed a term as an 
elected member is eligible for re-election as a member of 
committee, if the bye-laws so permit. 
(3) Every society shall maintain a register 
showing the names, addresses and occupations of the 
persons, who are members of the committee and shall file 
with the Registrar; 
 (i) a copy of the register within a period of 
fourteen days from the date of election of the members of 
the first Committee; and 
Disqualificat
ion of 
15. A person shall be disqualified for appointment as a 
member of the Committee of a society under this Act if , on 
the date of such appointment, he is ; members of 
the 
committee. 
(a) not a major; 
(b) of unsound mind and stands so declared by a 
competent court; 
(c) an applicant to be adjudicated as an insolvent or is 
an un-discharged insolvent; 
(d) convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude 
or sentenced by a criminal court to a fine of not 
less than rupees one thousand or to imprisonment 
for a period of not less than six months; and 
(e) disqualified for such appointment by an order of a 
court. 
16. Every society shall, deliver a copy of its Bye-laws, to 
each member of the society at the time of admission. 
Supply 
of 
copies 
of Byelaws. 
17. Every society shall supply to every member a copy of 
the balance sheet or a statement of accounts together with 
the auditor’s report at its annual general body meeting, if 
not supplied in advance 
Supply 
of 
copies 
of 
balance 
sheet 
etc. 
18. The registration of a society shall render it a body 
corporate by the name under which it is registered having 
perpetual succession and a common seal. The society shall 
be entitled to acquire, hold and dispose of property, to enter 
into contracts, to institute and defend suits and other legal 
proceedings and to do all other things necessary for the 
furtherance of the aim for which it was constituted. 
Society 
to be a 
body 
corporat
e. 
19. (1) The Committee or any officer of the society 
authorized in this behalf by its bye-laws, may bring or 
defend any action or other legal proceeding touching or 
concerning any property or any right or claim of the society 
and may sue and be sued in its name. 
 (2) Any action or legal proceeding shall not abate or 
be discontinued by the death, resignation or removal from 
office of any member of the society after the 
commencement of the proceeding. 
 Legal 
proceed
-ings. 
Meetings 20. (1) The bye-laws of the society shall specify the 
frequency and the manner in which the meetings of the 
Committee and General Body shall be held, so however that 
the Committee shall meet at-least once in every three 
months and the General Body shall meet at-least one in a 
year. 
 (2) The committee shall convene a General Body 
meeting within thirty days of receipt of a requisition for 
convening a meeting signed by at-least one third of the 
members of a society or as provided in the bye-laws and 
any such requisition shall contain the proposed agenda and the reasons for such meeting . 
(3) Every society shall record in the minutes book, 
the minutes of all proceedings of every General Body 
meeting and also every meeting of its Committee. 
(4) Such minutes hall be communicated to all the 
members invited for the meeting within thirty days of the 
conclusion of the meeting 
(5) The minutes so recorded shall be signed by the 
persons who chaired the said meeting. 
Amalgamati
on and 
division of 
societies 
21. (1) Any tow or more societies may, by a special 
resolution of both or all such societies, and confirmed by a 
like resolution at a second meeting of both or all such 
societies, convened after an interval of one moth after the 
first meeting, get amalgamated into one society with or 
without any dissolution or division of the funds of any of the 
societies with intimation to the Registrar. 
 (2) Any society may, by a special resolution, divide 
itself into tow or more societies. Such resolution shall 
contain proposals for the division of the assets and liabilities 
of the society among the new societies into which it is 
proposed to divide itself and may specify the area of 
operation of an the members, who will constitute each of 
the new societies. 
 (3) An amalgamation or division in pursuance of this 
section shall not prejudice any right of a creditor of any 
society, which was a party to such amalgamation or division. 
22. (1) Every society shall keep at its registered office, a 
register of mortgages and charges and enter therein all 
mortgages or charges affecting the property of the society 
and such other particulars of the mortgages or chares as 
may be specified in the bye-laws. 
 (2) The register of mortgages and charges kept in 
pursuance of sub-section (1) and copies of instruments 
creating mortgages or charges shall, subject to such 
reasonable restrictions as the society may impose, be kept 
at the registered office of the society and be open during 
business hours to the inspection of any member or creditor 
of the society without payment of any fee therefor. 
Register 
of 
mortgag
es and 
charges. 
CHAPTER – IV 
DISPUTES, DISSOLUTION AND WINDINGUP 
 23. In the event of any dispute arising among the 
committee or the members of the society, in respect of any 
matter relating to the affairs of the society, any member of 
the society may proceed with the dispute under the 
provision of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act , 1996, or 
Dispute 
regardin
g 
managemay file an application in the District Court concerned and 
the said court shall after necessary inquiry pass such order 
as it may deem fit . 
ment. 
Central 
Act 26 
of 1996. 
 24.(1) A society may, by passing a special resolution, 
determine that it shall be dissolved of an thereupon, with 
prior intimation to the Registrar, it shall be dissolved at the 
time specified in the resolution and all the necessary steps 
shall be taken for the disposal and settlement of the 
property of the society, and its claims and liabilities 
according to the bye-laws, if any, of the society, and if there 
are no bye-laws to this effect in the manner as the General 
Body may find it expedient;  provided further that in the event of any dispute 
arising among the members of the Committee or the 
members of the society, the adjustment of its affairs shall 
be referred to the court and the court shall make such order 
in the matter including appointment of liquidator as it deems 
fit; 
 (2) a society dissolved under this section shall file with 
Registrar a full report showing as to how the property has 
been disposed of. 
Property of 
dissolved 
society 
 25. If upon the dissolution of any society, there 
remains, after the satisfaction of all its debts and liabilities, 
any property the same shall not be delivered to or 
distributed among the members of the said society or any 
of them, but shall be delivered to some other society, with a 
similar objective to be named by a special resolution, or in 
default thereof, by the court: 
 Provided that this section shall not apply to any 
society which is founded or established by the contribution 
of share shareholders in the nature of a Company. 
Liquidator 
to make an 
account 
after 
winding up 
of a society. 
 26. (1) As soon as the affairs of a society are fully 
wound up, the liquidator shall make an account of the 
winding up showing how the winding up has been 
conducted and the property of the society has been 
disposed of and call a general body meeting of the society 
for the purpose of placing before it the account and giving 
any explanation in respect thereof. 
 (2) Within one week after the meeting convened 
under sub-section (1), the liquidator shall send to the 
Registrar, a copy of the account and shall make a return to 
him of the holding of the meeting and of its date. 
 27. Orders made under section 24 shall, on application, 
be enforced as follows:- 
(a) when made by a liquidator by any civil court 
having local jurisdiction in the same manner as a decree of 
such court; and 
(b) When made by the court on appeal, in the 
same manner as decree of that court. 
Enforce
ment of 
orders. CHAPTER-V 
MISCELLANEOUS 
 28. Where a government is member or is wholly or 
substantially financing a society it may place such terms and 
conditions on the society as are mutually agreed up on or 
through specific public policy notified by the government 
for the purpose . 
Societie
s 
financed 
by the 
Govern
ment 
 29. (1) The government shall, from time to time prepare a 
table of fees payable; 
(a) for registration of societies which may include 
Mahila Mandals and Youth Associations; 
(b) for filling or recording or registering any 
document required by this Act to filed or recorded; 
(c) for inspection of documents in the custody of 
the registrar; 
(d) for making or granting copies of reasons , 
entries or documents, before or after registration; and 
(e) for such other matters appear to the 
Government necessary to give effect to the purposes of this 
Act. 
(2) The Table of fees so prepared shall be notified. 
(3) All fees, charges and other sums paid to the 
Registrar or any officer of the Government in pursuance of 
this Act, shall be credited to the Government 
Fees to 
be fixed 
by the 
Govern
ment 
Superintend
ence and 
control over 
Registrars. 
 30. the Registrar General shall have superintendence 
and control over all other Registrars functioning under this 
Act. 
Power to 
remove 
difficulties. 
 31. If any difficulty arises in giving effect to the provisions 
of this Act, in the first five years from the date of 
commencement of this Act, the Government after previous 
publication, by order make such provisions not inconsistent 
with the purposes of this Act, as appear to them to be 
necessary or expedient for removing of the difficulty. 
Repeals and 
savings 
Central Act 
21 of 1860. 
Act 1 of 
1350 F. 
 32. (1) The Societies Registration Act, 1860, in its 
application to the Andhra area of the State of Andhra 
Pradesh and the Andhra Pradesh (Telengana Area) Public 
societies Registration Act, 150 F are hereby repealed. 
 (2) Not-withstanding such repeal, anything done or any 
action taken under the said Acts ( including any order, rule, 
form, regulation, certificate or bye-laws) in the exercise of 
any power conferred by or under the said Acts shall be deemed to have been done or taken in the exercise of the 
powers conferred by or under this Act as if this Act was in 
force on the date on which such a thing was done or action 
taken. 
K.G. SHANKAR, 
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT, 
LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS & JUSTICE (FAC), 
LAW DEPARTMENT. Document No:1 
1. NAME OF THE SOCIETY :
2. LOCATION OF THE OFFICE :
3. 
AIMS AND OBJECTS 
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 
1. “ Certified that the Association is formed with no profit motive and 
commercial activities involved in its working “. 
2. “ Certified that the Bears are not paid form the Association” . 
3. “ certified that the Association would not engage in agitational to ventilate to 
grievance”. 
4. “ Certified that the office Bearers signature are genuine”. 
DECLARATION 
We the undersigned persons in the memo have formed into an association and 
responsible to run the affairs of the Association are desirous of getting the Society 
registered under A.P. Societies Registration Act 2001. 
Signature of the President/ Secretary Name of the office 
Bearers & S/o, 
W/o, D/o 
Age Designation Occupation Residential 
Address 
Signature 
PRESIDENT 
VICE 
PRESIDENT 
GENERAL 
SECRETARY 
JOINT 
SECRETARY 
TREASURER 
EXECUTIVE 
MEMBER 
EXECUTIVE 
MEMBER 
WITNESSES : 
Name in block letter & s/o, 
W/o, D/o 
Age Residential Address Occupation Signature 
Signature of the President/ Secretary DOCUMENT NO :II 
RULE AND REGULATIONS 
1. NAME OF THE SOCIETY :
2. LOCATION OF THE 
OFFICE 
:
3.1) Member Ship :
ii) CATEGORY OF MEMBERS :
iii) ADMISSION FEE AND 
THE ANNUAL 
SUBSCRIPTION OR 
MONTHLY 
SUBSCRIPTION 
:
4. GENERAL BODY 
(i)Annual General Body will meet one in a year i.e. in the Month of ____ 
(ii) FUNCTIONS: 
a) To pass the budget for the ensuing year and approve expenditure statement 
of previous year. 
b) To approve the reports of the activities of Society. 
c) To elect the Executive committee etc . 
d) To appoint Auditor 
5.i) 
ii) 
 Executive committee : shall consist of Seven ( ) members and out of 
them, the following office bearers shall be elected by the EC Viz President, 
General Secretary, Joint Secretary and Treasurer and the remaining persons 
all the Executive Committee Members. 
 The members of the Executive Committee (Governing Body) shall be duty 
bound to attest the signatures of all the members of newly elected 
Executive Committee and to see that the said signatures of the out going 
Governing Body tally with the annual list as filed with the Register of 
societies before 15 days the succeeding month in which elections were 
held 
Signature of the President/ Secretary FUNCTIONS OF THE EXECUTIVE BODY AND OFFICE BEARERS 
1. PRESIDENT:- He Presides over all the meeting of the both General Body 
and Executive Committee, he case his vote in case of tie . He can supervise 
all the branches of the society. 
2. Vice PRESIDENT:- He shall assist the president in discharging his duties in 
the absence of the President he shall perform the duty of the President as 
entrusted by him. 
3. SECRETARY: - He is the their Executive Office of the society and custodian to 
all records relating to the society and correspondent on behalf of the society. 
He has to take on records of all minutes of the society to conveyed both the 
bodies of the society with the permission of the President. He guide the 
treasurer in preparing the budget and expenditure statement of the society. 
4. JOINT SECRETARY: - He has to do the work entrusted by the executive 
committee. He has to assist the Secretary in discharging his duties, in the 
absence of the secretary, he can perform the duties of the secretary. 
5. TREASURER: - He is responsible for all-financial transactions and funds of the 
society. He has to maintain accounts properly along with the vouchers he has 
to prepare the accounts of the society jointly with the Secretary or President. 
6. OFFICE BEARERS :- they are the responsible person to attend to such 
activities of the Society Which the Executive Committee entrust to them. 
7. QUORUM: - Half of the total members for General Body Meeting and ¼ for 
Executive Committee Meeting. 
8. Funds : - The funds shall be spent only for the attachment of the objects of 
the society and no portion thereof shall be paid or transferred directly or 
indirectly to any of the members through any means 
9. Amendments: - No amendment or alteration shall be made in the purpose of 
the association unless it is voted by 2/3 of its members present at a special 
meeting conveyed for the purpose and confirmed by 2/3 of the members 
present at a second special meeting. 
10.WINDING UP :- in case the society has to be wound up the property and 
funds of the society that remain after discharging the liabilities, if any, shall be 
transferred or paid to some other institutions with similar aims and objects. 
Signature of the President/ Secretary Name of the office 
Bearers & S/o, 
W/o, D/o 
Age Designation Designation 
of their 
local 
standing in 
the Society 
Occupation Residential 
Address 
Signature 
PRESIDENT 
VICE 
PRESIDENT 
GENERAL 
SECRETARY 
JOINT 
SECRETARY 
TREASURER 
WITNESSES : 
Name in block letter & s/o, 
W/o, D/o 
Age Residential Address Occupation Signature 
Signature of the President/ Secretary AFFIDAVIT 
I, __________________________________________S/o_____________________ 
resident of ___________________________________________________ Hyderabad, do 
hereby solemnly affirm and confirm with good state of mind and do hereby declare on 
oath as follows : 
I am President/ Secretary of the Association by name ( Name of the 
Association)_________________________________________________________
________ the application of which is submitting for Registration with the Registrar 
of Societies , Hyderabad. 
The said society is located in My house Bearing No:__________________ 
Hyderabad (Village/ Town/ Mandal/ Municipal Corporation of _____________ 
District. 
I have no objection to establish the said Society in my own house for which 
I did not collect any rent from the Society. 
It was declared on oath with free will and consent without correction or 
hesitation with good state of mind on this the _______________day of 
____200____-__ in the presence of the following witnesses and signed before the 
Notary Public who attested by Signature. 
Witness:- 
1. 
2. 
SIGNATURE OF THE DEPONENT 
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