If you are a Pennsylvania notary and you’ve gotten married, divorced, changed your name in any way, or you’ve moved to a new home or your business has moved, you must notify the Department of State within 30 days.
If you receive an email stating that your PAN membership has been deactivated, don’t worry. It has not been deactivated. The email came from a site in Mumbai.
Pennsylvanians who want a drivers’ license that allows them to board commercial airliners and enter certain secure federal buildings can soon get one.
PAN will hold an afternoon notary reappointment seminar in DuBois in September.
Title clerks needed in Chester County.
If you’re thinking about becoming a motor vehicle agent to be able to submit motor vehicle title and registration paperwork to PennDOT for customers, there’s more to the process than completing PAN’s Motor Vehicle Agent Services Basic Title and Registration Course or the Advanced Refresher Course.
The first disciplinary action has been taken against an Allegheny County notary for a violation of the new notary law – RULONA.
An original PAN member from our first year as an association has died.
If you are a member of PAN and you’ve been promoted, changed jobs, gotten married, had a baby or started your own business, let us know. We’d love to announce it in upcoming issues of Notary Notes.
In the July-August 2018 issue of Notary Notes, we wrote that stamped signatures are never acceptable for notarizations. We were wrong and we apologize.