A society seeking registration must make an application to the Registrar of Societies for reservation of their proposed name/s. (up-to 3 name suggestions)
- This application is done by way of a letter addressed to the Registrar of Societies.
This form contains a summary of the key information about the society and its officials.
These details include:-
- The name of the Society
- The objects
- Class of persons seeking membership
- Number of members
- Titles of the officials
- Details of proposed officials
- Movable properties owned by the societies
Affiliations to the society
This Form provides for the particulars of the physical office and the postal address of the society.
Both the FORM A and FORM B must be signed by three main officials of the society who are the Chairperson , Secretary and Treasurer.
Specimen of the FORM A, FORM B and a pro type constitution can be accessed HERE
- The constitution of a society is the constitutive document that contains the objectives, rules and procedure that will govern the society to achieve its set objectives.
- The constitution must therefore be drafted to conform with the legal provisions of the Societies Act, Cap 108 and the Societies Rules.
- The Registrar may where he deems fit and depending on the nature and objects of any society request for additional documents to accompany the other registration documents.