Thus, where a credit transaction or credit facility is made available to a trust and the agreement is concluded at arm`s length (a transaction under market conditions is a transaction in which the lender and the consumer act independently and have no relationship with each other. The concept of an arm`s length transaction is to ensure that both parties to the transaction act in their own interests and are not subject to pressure or coercion by the other party); and the trust has fewer than three trustees (unless it is a corporation); or the trust has three or more trustees, but the turnover or asset value of the trust is less than R1 million and the value of the agreement is not significant (less than R250000), the third party provider must be registered as a lender with the national credit regulator before entering into credit agreements with the trust. An entity referred to in Article 25 shall require at least three trustees; There is no upper limit to the number of trustees. The board of directors takes the form of a board of directors or a board of directors. [Application for registration 1. A request for availability of the name must be made to the Commercial Register, which must be made in the prescribed form No. 1A with a fee of Rs.500/-. It is advisable to suggest a selection of three other names by which the company will be referred to in case the proposed first name is deemed unacceptable by the registrar. 2. Once the availability of the name has been confirmed, a written request shall be addressed to the Regional Director of the Company Law Commission. The application must be accompanied by the following documents: For purposes of organizational review, if a charitable trust claims a tax exemption as a charity, the trust is deemed to be organized on the date it first becomes subject to section 4947(a)(1). Generally, for purposes of the special and transitional excise duty rules discussed in this publication, a charitable trust is deemed to be arranged on the date on which it holds in trust amounts for which a deduction was allowed under the Internal Revenue Code. Under this rule, a trust may be treated as a private foundation existing at a time applicable to one of the applicable special and transitional provisions, even if the trust is otherwise subject to the provisions applicable to private foundations only at a later date.

Dear brother, to the minimum trust required not is two the principles is given by the Indian Trst Act 1882 for better performance and give widely the charitable commissioner insists on more than two, but it can not be forced. but to be on the safest side, it is better to appoint more than three to better achieve the goal All the best Adv.A.P.Loganathan, MadrasHighCourt, avoid police/court/politician if possible There are three directors, two of whom are founding members who are directors for life, and an additional director is required under the charity agent rule. Mumbai and for which you will propose a name among the powers that have been wasted in these two members for life. One of the life members is the president and from the other general body you must elect an honorary secretary and treasurer to take care of the day-to-day affairs of the trust. Please refer to a model law available from the Office of the Charity Commissioner. For example, if the trust can borrow money from a third party and the trust has only two trustees (one of whom is not a corporation), the third party would have to register as a lender with the NCA prior to entering into the loan agreement before entering into the loan agreement for the loan agreement to be valid, enforceable and in full force and effect within the meaning of the loan agreement. This requirement must be taken into account when appointing trustees of the trust, but it does not mean that you must appoint three trustees at all times. The Inheritance Tax Act (section 3 § 3 (d)) is relevant if the trust deed contains a provision authorising the deceased, immediately before his death, to appropriate or dispose of property or to revoke or vary the terms of any gift, composition, trust or other disposition he has made in respect of his own estate or estate. In such a case, the assets of the trust are included as assets in the estate of the deceased. This must be avoided at all costs. A public charitable foundation is usually established when it comes to property, especially in terms of land and buildings.

The minimum number required is TWO, but it is advisable to have THREE, so if one of them cannot proceed for any reason (for example, death); The trust would not collapse. The law is very clear on this requirement no competence is required, since of course you have a particular situation in your hands (which you have not understood), a jurisprudence on such specific issues can then be sought. The duties of a trustee may include supervising the trust`s investments, ensuring tax documents and forms are properly completed, and distributing ownership to beneficiaries. In more elaborate trusts that include hedge funds and other complex investment vehicles, multiple trustees are often recruited to divide up the tasks, the Wall Street Journal reports. For example, one trustee could be hired to manage the money, another for direct investment, a third to ensure that the trust complies with the law, and a fourth to distribute the money to beneficiaries. Respectable Querist, (1)Documents cited.- Trambakeshwar Devasthan Trust and another vs President, Purohit Sangh and others [SUPREME COURT OF INDIA, 13 October 2011] Trusts & Associations – Practice & Procedure – Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950, ss. Paragraph 2(10)(a) of the Act provided that, in the case of a temple, a person who had the right to participate in the conduct of worship or worship in the temple or who had the right or habit to participate in the distribution of temple donations was an interested person. – Section 47 (3) of the Act provided that: that the charity agent, taking into account the factors referred to in paragraphs (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) when appointing a trustee – SC took into account the provisions of art.