Societies Registfation. [I T.N. Act THE TAMIL NADU SOCIETIES REGISTRATION. ACT, I. ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS. SECTIONS. LinkedIn · Pinterest · Tumblr · Whatsapp · Download PDF PDF Download · Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, by latest laws team on Scribd. under Tamil Nadu Society Registration Act, •. A Society which consists of not less than 20 members or whose annual gross income or expenditure in any.
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Application for the issue of certificate of Registeration Under Section 10 of the TamilNadu. Societies Registration Act, (Tamil Nadu Act 27 of ). F ORM. The Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, (Tamil Nadu Act 27 of ). ( For Statement of objects and Reasons, see Part VI-Section 3 of. The Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online.
The society must have a name plate outside the premises in a language that is legible to all concerned. The society also needs to maintain a register with details of each member. The details must include the name, address, occupation along with the date of membership and specimen signatures of the concerned member. Every society needs to keep its accounts and records in place along with the copy of its registered memorandum and its bye-laws.
The financial accounts of all assets and liabilities and copy of audit reports must be available in the society head office at all times. The frequency of society meetings must be clearly defined in the bye-laws and society meetings must be held as scheduled. What the Act means for people involved? Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, clearly defines the rules and regulations for incorporation of any society in the state of Tamil Nadu.
The Act gives clear guidelines about the type of society that can be registered and its functionality and objectives. G Registration and exempt from Rule 26 of the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Rules to enable the resolution amending the bye-laws adopted in the year which have not been filed for the delay till the date of issuance of this Government order.
Under the said G. All the writ petitions contain same averments. The main contentions raised are to the following effect:— 1 All the G.
Os have been mechanically passed and are contrary to the findings of the High Court in the decision reported in 4 L. Os have been passed in clear contravention of the conclusions of the Division Bench on the earlier occasion. In the common counter affidavit filed on behalf of the Respondents 1, 2 and 3, sworn to by 3rd respondent, it is submitted that the amendment to the Memorandum of Association and the bye-laws of the Music Academy was carried out as per Section 12 of the Societies Registration Act on It has been indicated that the amendment to the Memorandum of Association and bye-laws of the Society had been duly filed before the Registrar of Societies having jurisdiction on 2.
It is therefore submitted that in such view of the matter there is no necessity to pass an order relating to condonation of delay in the above matter. It has been therefore stated that the statement which had been made in the additional counter affidavit filed in earlier writ petitions, which were disposed of as per the judgment reported in 4 L.
W 67 , were the personal opinion of the the then Registrar of Society, but the records indicate that the amendment had been filed. The Music Academy in its counter has stated that certain anomalies having been noticed in the earlier round of litigations the proposal for amendments had been made to bring the bye-laws in consonance with the provisions of the statute and only to remove such anomalies, amendments have been proposed.
It has been further stated in the counter affidavit that the petitioner cannot seek to challenge the matters which were adopted even before the petitioner became a member of the Music Academy.
It is further submitted that all the contentions are only technical contentions raised by a disgruntled member having no real substance. Even though five Government Orders, which have been noticed earlier, have been challenged by filing five separate writ petitions, the main thrust of the attack by the petitioner is on the validity of G.
Ms No. Ms No dated Os has also been challenged on general ground contending that there was no justification for the State Government to invoke power under Section 54 of the Act. As already indicated, the Society in question was registered under the Societies Registration Act, , which was a Central Act. Amendment of memorandum and bye-laws.
When the Registrar registers an amendment of the memorandum or the bye-laws, he shall issue to the registered society a copy of the amendment certified by him, which shall be conclusive evidence that the amendment has been duly registered.
As per Section 15, every registered society shall have a committee of not less than three members to manage its affairs. As per Section 15 3 , the members of the committee shall be appointed at a meeting of the society by a resolution of a majority of the members present and entitled to vote and as per Section 15 4 the term of office of the members of the committee shall not exceed three years from the date of their appointment.
However, as per Section 15 5 , the members of the committee shall be eligible for re-appointment. As per Section 27, a copy of every special resolution shall be filed with the Registrar within such time as may be prescribed. As per Rule 14, every application made to the Registrar for registration of an amendment of memorandum of bye-laws shall be accompanied by a copy of the special resolution relating to the amendment with the date of passing of such resolution.
Section 34 defines the power of the Registrar to call for information or explanation and Section A empowers the Government to supersede the committee and appoint a person as a Special Officer to manage the affairs of the society for a specified period not exceeding one year.
Such period can be extended from time to time but not for a period more than three years in the aggregate. Under Section 36 the Registrar has the power to inquire into the affairs of the registered society. Sections 37 and 38 empower the Registrar to cancel the registration of a society.
Under Section 40 steps for winding up can be taken. Sections 46, 47 and 48 contain penal provisions for certain infractions. Section 49 empowers the Registrar to condone the delay. As per Rule 48 such further time to be extended shall not exceed three months.
Acknowledgment of registration and documents. The Registrar shall also affix his signature and the seal of his office to such document. Filing of documents.
All the Government Orders, which have been attacked by the petitioner, have been passed by the Government in purported exercise of power under Section 54 1 of the Act. Under G. O dated Similarly it has been noticed that amendments to the bye-laws had been filed with the District Registrar on Rule 22 relates to filing of documents specified in Section 16 3 a i. Rule 26 relates to copy of filing of special resolution within three months from the date of passing of such resolution.
As a matter of fact, a notice had earlier been issued, which was the subject matter of discussion in the earlier round of litigation as apparent from the judgment reported in 4 L. In fact the notice issued had been challenged earlier and it was observed by the Division Bench that it may not be necessary for the Government to pursue with such notice. Be that as it may, under the impugned G. O, the Government in purported exercise of Section 54 1 has exempted the Society from application of these rules.
In other words, such belated filing has been condoned. There is no dispute that such power is vested with the Government.
There is nothing to show that such power has been exercised arbitrarily or in a capricious manner. As a matter of fact the observations made by the Division Bench on the earlier occasion clearly indicate the sentiments of the court that all those past violations of the Rules, which were more or less technical in nature, need not be raked up. Similar exemption has been granted in respect of the provisions of Rule 26 of the Rules. No substantial assertion has been raised to assail these G.
Os, save and except by contending that those Government Orders were mechanically passed in contravention of the order passed earlier by the Division Bench. The petitioner himself became a member of the Society in the year Most of the events referred to in these G. Os had occurred even before the petitioner had become a member of the Society.
We do not find any justification for the petitioner to rake-up those issues. The procedure for their appointment and re-appointment. The person or persons appointed to do such audit. The balance sheets, to the members on application and the fee payable for the same. The extent and conditions of such investment. The quantum of payments to be made thereof. The expenditure to be incurred therefor, the staff to be employed and the condition of service of such employees.
Conduct of extraordinary general meetings as laid down in Section