An NGO (Non Governmental Organization) is usually formed for the charitable or social work. In India, an NGO can be formed under three types of law –Society Registration Act 1860 or Indian Trust Act 1882 or Companies Act 1856. Out of these three, only Companies Act is a central legislation where as the other two laws are state laws .So , when one decides to form an NGO , first confusion or consideration is the law under which the NGO should be formed or set up .This is important decision because once you register and form an NGO under a particular form, you cannot go back .
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