Below are the full terms and conditions for the Rera Charitable Trust scheme. The document was drawn up by Rera’s legal specialists and we have been advised to place it on our website. While this document may look frightening, most of the terms and conditions exist to protect you (for example, to give assurances about how we will handle the information you give to us) and to protect Rera (for example, if people attempt to defraud Rera through this scheme).
These are the terms and conditions on which Rera provides the Rera Charitable Trust scheme and on which donations are made as part of the scheme.
The parties and the relationship between them
1. The parties under these terms and conditions are Rera and the donor. When the donor makes a donation on these terms and conditions, Rera will hold the money on trust for the donor. The terms of the trust depend on whether the donation is made for allocation to a Rera Charitable Trust scheme project (as described below) or for Rera’s general charitable purposes. When the donor makes a donation for a project a contract is formed on these terms and conditions, under which Rera must supply a voucher and provide a voucher allocation service for the donor.
2. Rera is the provider of the Rera Charitable Trust scheme. It is a Trust registered in India with number 1028/2000. Rera’s Registered Address is No. 49, Fourth Cross Street, Rain Bow Nagar, Pondicherry-605 011, and Administration office is No. 34, Mullai Nagar, Lawspet Main Road, Pakkumudianpet, and Pondicherry-605 008. The donor is the person who makes any donation to Rera as part of the Rera Charitable Trust scheme, to which these terms and conditions will apply.
3. The Tax exemption is a document supplied by Rera in printed or electronic format that contains a unique reference number for each donation made by the donor for Rera Charitable Trust scheme projects. (Those projects are described below.) Rera will not supply any voucher for any other donation made as part of the Rera Charitable Trust scheme.
Rera Charitable Trust scheme projects
4. A Rera Charitable Trust scheme project is any project promoted by Rera as being part of the Rera Charitable Trust scheme. Rera reserves the right to include any project in the scheme at any time and to withdraw any project from the scheme at any time. This is because each project’s funding requirements are set by Rera in advance, and if a project achieves its required funding no further donations are required.
Payment of donations
5. Donations sent to Rera by post must be made by a valid cheque drawn on an account in the donor’s name. Donations submitted to Rera online or by telephone must be made by a valid debit/credit card held by the donor for a account in the donor’s name.
Donation Cash Back Facility.
6. We Rera Charitable Trust provide cash back facility to the Donors if they request by mail to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to repay the donation dated by online within the period of 10 Days.
To The Bankers:
We Rera Charitable Trust agree to return back the Donation amount received through ICICI Bank Payseal payment Gateway and CCAVENUE Payment Gateway it it was requested by The Donar or if Bank found that it was fraud Donations even after heavy security Checks provided by the Card issuers within the period of 7 Days.
Note: Since we indulge in Charitable Trust we agree to repay the donation under above Clauses as mentioned and will not be able to return back which might be under Hospital project or Rera Charitable Trust other Projects as mentioned in the Trust Deed at the time of registration or the Projects which The Rera Trust undergoes by passing resolution under Trust act.
Amount of donations for Rera Charitable Trust scheme projects
7. Rera invites donations for Rera Charitable Trust scheme projects in the fixed amounts published by Rera from time to time. A given donation must be for the sum of the fixed amounts pledged by the donor in the order form submitted to Rera. If the donor’s donation exceeds the sum required Rera will treat the surplus as being a donation for Rera’s general charitable objects and not a donation to be allocated to any Rera Charitable Trust scheme project.
8. The amount of the donor’s donation to Rera will not be printed on the voucher or accompanying documentation.
Donations for Rera Charitable Trust
9. In the case of each donation made by the donor to be allocated to any Rera Charitable Trust scheme project, Rera will hold the donation in a holding account, on trust for Rera’s general charitable purposes. The donation may be allocated on conditions 12 to 15 inclusive set out below. Pending allocation Rera may hold the donation in the holding account but may not use those funds in any other way.
10. Rera will use tax reclaimed under the Gift Aid scheme relating to Rera Charitable Trust scheme donations for any purpose within Rera’s charitable objects, including its administrative costs and expenses in providing the Rera Charitable Trust scheme.
Donations for Rera’s general purposes
11. When the donor makes a donation for a Rera Charitable Trust scheme project there will also be an opportunity to make a donation for Rera’s general charitable purposes. Rera will hold each general donation the donor makes and any related tax reclaimed under the Gift Aid scheme for any purpose within Rera’s charitable objects. Rera ’s charitable objects can be seen at www.rera.in.
Delivery and security of the Tax Exemption certificates:
12. Rera dispatch the Tax Exemption certificate and Annual Reports to the donor on request. It is the donor’s responsibility to intimate, postal or internet service providers if there is a problem with dispatch.
13. Rera will use reasonable effort to deliver Tax exemption certificates within the timescales it publishes from time to time. Rera cannot guarantee delivery within its published timescales and recommends that donors make use of any electronic delivery methods offered by Rera instead of the post to avoid disappointment.
14. Rera may use any postal carrier or e-mail provider to deliver Tax exemption Certificate. Rera will decide in its absolute discretion what delivery methods, such as post or e-mail; it will offer from time to time to send the vouchers. The donor’s choice of delivery method, once made, may not be changed.
15. Rera will forward the Tax Exemption to the name and address supplied by the donor as part of the process of making the donation. It is the donor’s responsibility to ensure the name and addresses provided to Rera are correct.
Tax Exemption in transit
16. For exemption delivered by post, Rera will dispatch in a reasonably strong sealed envelope. By e-mail Rera will dispatch the certificate from its own servers. Rera will not be responsible if any envelope becomes opened in transit, or any transmission is intercepted or otherwise made available to or accessed by someone other than the addressee, unless due to the negligence of Rera or its employees or other delegates. Rera will not be responsible for any act or omission of any postal or internet service provider or its staff.
Keeping the voucher number secure
17. Anyone who has access to the voucher or the unique reference number on a voucher will be able to allocate the donor’s donation to a Rera Charitable Trust scheme project. From the time the voucher is delivered by Rera it is the responsibility of the donor and any other voucher holder to keep the voucher and the unique reference number on it safe and secure.
Rera ’s powers as trustee
18. Rera may exercise any of the following powers in relation to donations made as part of the Rera Charitable Trust scheme. Power to invest donations in any way and use the income for the purposes chosen by the donor under these terms and conditions. Power to put donations to Rera’s general charitable purposes, or the tax reclaimed under the Gift Aid scheme in relation to donations, towards the cost of its employees who operate the Rera Charitable Trust scheme or the cost of other delegates such as Dataforce.
To provide small loans to the Poor Peoples in South India for the amount of Rs.7,000 each or higher under brief study.
19. Before making a donation the donor must consent to Rera using the donor’s own personal data. Rera will only use the donor’s personal details within the terms of that consent.
20. The donor may supply another person’s personal details to Rera as part of the Rera Charitable Trust scheme. Those details will be used by Rera for purposes published by it on its website or the printed catalogue for the scheme. Rera relies on the donor to ensure the donor is fairly and lawfully able to pass those details to Rera for those purposes. Rera agrees not to process the other person’s details except in accordance with the donor’s instructions.
21. Rera will maintain appropriate technical and organizational measures against unauthorized or unlawful processing of personal data and against accidental loss or destruction of, or damage to, personal data. Complaints and disputes
22. If the donor has any complaint about the Rera Charitable Trust scheme, Rera or its delegates they may complain in writing or by e-mail to the addresses given on Rera’s website and in the printed catalogue for the scheme, or by telephone using the number given in those places.
23. If any dispute arises between Rera and the donor in connection with the Rera Charitable Trust scheme, the parties to the dispute will attempt to settle it in good faith, initially by written or telephone correspondence. If that fails then at either party’s request the parties will settle the dispute by mediation in accordance with the Rera’s Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (RCEDR) Model Mediation Procedure. Unless otherwise agreed between the parties, the mediator will be nominated by R CEDR.(Rera Chairman)
24. Neither Rera nor the donor may issue court proceedings or pursue arbitration until the parties have exhausted the complaints and dispute resolution processes in paragraphs 22 and 23 above.
25. The Rera Charitable Trust scheme is available to persons without Caste and Creed its open to all.
26. Headings used in these terms and conditions will not affect their interpretation. References to any gender include all genders. References to the singular include the plural and vice versa. Reference to a paragraph number means the paragraph with that number in these terms and conditions.
27. If any provision of these terms and conditions is found to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that provision will, to the extent required, be deemed not to form part of these terms and conditions and the validity and enforceability of the other provisions of these terms and conditions will not be affected. The terms and Conditions is formed in such a way The Trust should not be affected which can lead benefits to the neediest publics without any Caste & Creed.
28. The Rera Charitable Trust scheme, these terms and conditions and each donation made on these terms and conditions will be governed by the law of Indian Trust Act. These terms and conditions will be interpreted in accordance with the law of the Indian Trust Act. The courts of Pondicherry in India will have non-exclusive jurisdiction.