The Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (PAN) has added an afternoon Notary Reappointment Seminar in York on August 2.
You may continue to use your current notary stamp until your next appointment. Then you must obtain a RULONA-compliant official notary stamp.
PAN phone lines have been ringing off the hook in the past several weeks since our members learned about the new notary public law (RULONA) and the education requirement. Let’s clear up the confusion.
You may continue using your current register until you are reappointed. However, you must add the RULONA (new notary public law) content into your register beginning on October 26, 2017. When you are reappointed, you will need to purchase a RULONA-compliant journal.
According to Automotive News, purchasers of the 840-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will require a notarization. And not just a typical title transfer or registration.
PAN offices will be closed on Monday, July 3 and Tuesday, July 4 for the Fourth of July holiday.
PennDOT introduced the “next generation” Pennsylvania driver’s license and photo identification (ID) cards, which will be phased in over the next four years and replace the current products.
Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (www.notary.org) will hold several educational seminars this month for Lancaster County area notaries.
PAN will hold an afternoon session of our Notary Reappointment Seminar in Wilkes-Barre on June 21 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Hampton Inn & Suites, 876 Schecther Drive, Wilkes-Barre.
Secretary of State Pedro A. Cortés today reminded Pennsylvania notaries public that significant changes to the notary law will go into effect in October 2017, including an education requirement for all notaries and updated guidelines for the notary stamp.