Residential Welfare Association

Residential Welfare Association Registration

  • INR 14,999 /-
  • All Inclusive, No hidden Charges


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A resident welfare association is an association that represents the interests of the residents of a specific urban or suburban locality, particularly in Indian cities. A residential welfare association refers to an association that represents the interests of the individual living inside a specific housing society. Membership is voluntary, and the leadership is usually elected by fee-paying members. Members who do not pay the voluntary subscription fee in any year may not vote in the general body and other meetings of the association since they would be deemed as having opted out of the membership of the voluntary association.
However, why you should even bother with registering your housing society:
1.For one, it is necessary for a society to have a Residential welfare association.
2.There are some perks associated with it that affects all of the residents of that society.
3.With registration, the housing society is further legitimized.
4.An RWA entails the rules and regulations pertaining to some societal amenities that every resident should conduct them with.

Governed under the Societies act, the process of residential welfare registration in Delhi is same as society registration.


Documents Required for RWA Registration:
1.memorandum of association
2.rules and regulations document
3.Affidavit Number 1 pertaining to the ownership and a No objection certificate for the Registered Office in the society.
4.Affidavit No 2 for desirous persons that are not related to each other
5.Name of the society
6.Residential proofs of all desirous persons
7.Identity proofs of all desirous persons
8.Ownership proof the registered office of the society
9.IF proof of the owner of that registered office
10.A fully completed application of the housing welfare association registration.



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A resident welfare association is an association that represents the interests of the residents of a specific urban or suburban locality, particularly in Indian cities. Membership is voluntary, and the leadership is usually elected by fee-paying members.

The reason for the process to be the same is because residential welfare association fall under the group housing societies.

No, a residential welfare association cannot be granted a 12A exception certificate. It is because, this certificate is mostly granted to societies and trusts pertaining to charities.