Team of Organizers (not a registered Trust) of Bi-Yearly religious function use to invite around 170 families for the function indicating contribution Amount per family to meet the expense of the function.
Does the family paying the contribution against the receipt, has any right to ask the organizers, the details of the expenses and the Income of the function?
If yes, please indicate related laws for the same.
Asked 2 years ago in Civil Law from Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Of course, the family has the right to ask the organizers to furnish the detailed statement of expenses. Why does the family even pay without the details being provided? There is no specific law in this regard. However, if the related information has been furnished to a public authority then the same can be accessed by taking recourse to RTI.
yes, families have every right to ask total income and expenses incurred.
you can definitely ask for the details
Advocate, New Delhi
yes family has right to question the organisers about the expenses incurred for the functions . no specific law in this regard . if no audited accounts are furnished refuse to make further payment