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Sample Apostilled Document

Sample Apostilled Document from India

In India only the Ministry of External Affairs can issue the Apostille. The Apostille is different then the regular attestation. The Apostille is a Certificate of Authenticity and Genuineness of a document.

What You need :

1. Original Documents
2. Copy of Passport
3. Name of the country for which you need Apostille.

How to do :

The process of Apostille involves two steps; one is the authentication of documents from Issuing states home department. Second step is to submit to the Ministry of External Affairs for Apostille.

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Non Judicial affidavits are required to declare a statement of fact(s) before a non judicial authority such as Passport Office, Schools, Post Offices, Banks, etc. The main purpose of the Non-Judicial affidavit is to assert fact(s) on oath where there is no body to contest that fact.

Parts of Non-Judicial Affidavits

There are five main parts of a Non Judicial Affidavit.

  1. Non Judicial Stamp Paper
  2. Affirmation by Deponent
  3. Assertion of Facts
  4. Verification by the Deponent
  5. Attestation by Notary/Oath Commissioner.

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Sample Non Availability of Birth Certificate from Warangal AP
The Non Availability of Birth Certificate is a Statement about the availability of Birth Records. It simply states that the issuing authority does not have the Birth Record of that person (See the sample on left)

The Non Availability of Birth Certificate is required mainly for the USA immigration purposes to prove the non-availability of Birth Record. The Non Availability of Birth Certificate does not prove the Date and place of birth or the parentage, so it can not be used as a substitute of Birth Certificate. The Non Availability of Birth Certificate  is not useful to get the passport. The Birth Certificate is needed for that.

In some southern states of India such as Tamil Nadu the Non Availability of Birth Certificate is useful to get the birth registered.

On the other hand the Birth Certificate is best legal document  to prove the date, place of Birth long with the parentage. If anyone has any other document containing the birth details different then Birth Certificate such as 10th class certificate, the Birth Certificate will prevail over all those docs.



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You Need

  1. One trust deed
  2. Two witnesses
  3. Two Photo graphs of Settler

Process:

Go to the registrar office with the trust deed and two witnesses and register the trust deed. Get the registered copy for the Registered Copy of Charitable trust deed.

Resources

You can hire us to make Tryst Deed and to register it for you. There are many legal issues to consider running the trust after registration as charitable. Visit us at http://www.alliedlegalonline.com/ngo_trust_registration.htm



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Comparison between Charitable Society and Charitable Trust in India

I am getting so many queries, asking for difference between Charitable Society and Charitable Trust. Persons those who want to register a charitable organization may register that as Charitable Trust or Charitable Society. Both Charitable Trust and Charitable Society work almost as the same.

So the question is which one to choose – Charitable Trust or Charitable Society. Well, this is your call and you have to make a decision. I can not decide it for you. However, what I can do, I can give you an idea of Both Charitable Trust and Charitable Society to make it easier. In this post I will be discussing:

  1. The similarities between Charitable Trust and Charitable Society
  2. Basic differences between Charitable Trust and Charitable Society
  3. Types of Trusts and Societies.
  4. Why should we register an organization as Charitable Society
  5. Why should we NOT register an organization as Charitable Society
  6. Why should we register an organization as Charitable Trust
  7. Why should we NOT register an organization as Charitable Trust

It is going to be a long discussion so bear with me. You are free to leave your comment or questions if like it or have any question. Please do not copy this!

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