On Friday, June 2, we say goodbye to PAN Instructor Barry Lynch, who is retiring after 14 years of teaching notaries the ins and outs of notarial work.
A notary’s register is a public record. The Department of State requires a specific way to deal with a notary’s registers upon retirement, resignation or revocation of a notary commission and it does not involve burning or trashing those registers.
Two notaries from two counties were sanctioned by the Pennsylvania Department of State for violations of the Notary Public Law.
PAN is offering a free white paper on the fundamental changes in the Notary Public Law that Pennsylvania notaries will need to know and follow by October 26, 2017.
The regulations for the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA), published on April 28, 2017 in the Pennsylvania Bulletin, indicates the effective date of the new notary public law as October 26, 2017.
If you have lost your notary commission ID card, or your card is torn, bent or unreadable, you can order a duplicate ID card from the Department of State.
PAN’s First Time and Notary Reappointment seminars in Mercer on April 18 and 19 at the Comfort Inn, have been cancelled. However, the Motor Vehicle Advanced Seminar set for April 20 in Mercer at the Comfort Inn, 835 Perry Highway, is still scheduled.
The afternoon Notary Reappointment Seminar in Chambersburg on April 12 has also been cancelled.
North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall should resign after issuing more than 320 notary public commissions over nine years to people who live in the U.S. illegally, a state lawmaker said Tuesday.
From KTAR News, Arizona: PHOENIX — A bill aimed at protecting undocumented immigrants from notary publics who falsely claim they’re authorized to provide legal services is making its way through the Arizona State legislature.
PAN President Marc L. Aronson will travel to Minneapolis, Washington D.C., and Albuquerque this month to lecture and learn at various organizational meetings.