Societies Law

The Societies Registration Act, 1890 was passed for the registration of societies for educational and diffusion of knowledge purposes. Before division, it was implemented while British India was still one country. It was enforced in Pakistan and allows for the registration of various societies created to advance literature, science, the fine arts, or to spread valuable information, political education, or charitable causes. Any seven or more individuals who are affiliated for charitable, scientific, or literary purposes—or for any other purpose listed in Section 20 of this Act—may establish themselves as a society under this Act by signing a memorandum of association and submitting it to the registrar of joint stock companies. The memorandum of association shall contain the name of the society, the object of the society, names, addresses, occupations of governors, council, directors, committee or details of the management to whom affairs of the society is entrusted.
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