Asked by MnguniG on 05-02-2021 12:48:15
Question posted in the General Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal
i am starting a non profit organisation which is based on helping people to apply for higher education institutions, apply for funding of their choice, provide free extra tuition programmes for grade 12 students and do community projects. The thing is that we now want to make our organisation legit, we want to regist it so we can have sponsors but when we look at the things we should have in order to regist it we dont understand them, these things are
-Trust- deeds of trust and letter of authorisation from the courts
-Section 21- certificate of incorporation and memorandum and articles of association
we would like to get clarity on these things
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