Please do not E-mail your change of name or address information to your county Recorder of Deeds office. They will not accept it.
You must replace your rubber stamp seal every four years when you renew your commission or upon changing your name or county of record.
For sale: Extremely successful full agent/notary business in Elk County.
Shirley Katz Insurance/A&S Katz LLC, an authorized PennDOT agent in Stroudsburg, is looking for a motor vehicle title clerk/notary.
Tri County Tag Service in State College is looking for a full-time notary with motor vehicle titling experience for a busy online messenger office.
A part/full-time notary public is needed at an established business in the Pittsburgh airport area.
Full-time notary needed in Washington County.
PennDOT treats a minor the same as an adult when it comes to titling and registration.
In Oct. 2013, the General Assembly passed and the governor signed Act 73 of 2013, enacting Pennsylvania’s Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA). Except for a couple of sections, the state’s new notary public law has not yet taken effect.
Remember: once you are appointed as a notary by the State, you have only 45 days to take your oath of office.