First-time notary applicant and PAN member, Robin Carson, admitted she was nervous about taking the notary exam.
Judy Dewey’s Notary Messenger Service in Imperial, PA is currently seeking a motivated employee to be a integral part of our business expansion. The candidate must have experience with vehicle titles and notary service. Online messenger experience is a plus.
All agents and messengers who are under contract with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) are required to have an E-mail address and to provide that E-mail address to PennDOT.
PAN offices will be closed until 10 a.m., Wednesday, January 3, 2018, for staff development training.
PAN created the tutorials located in the Member Portal as a way to help our members learn about the new notary public law (RULONA). These tutorials do not fulfill the three hours of mandatory notary education.
Pennsylvania’s Vehicle Code allows issuing agents who are dealers licensed by the State Board of Vehicle Manufacturers, Dealers and Salespersons and who have 85, 86 or 87 Dealer Identification Numbers (DINs) or the dealer’s employees to verify signatures in lieu of notarization.
We’ve answered a wide variety of your questions on RULONA, including those on the journal, education and notary wording. Here are some examples of the questions PAN has fielded since October 26, 2017 when the law became effective:
PAN has received a lot of questions about the notary examination required by the Department of State. One such question is about the $65 notary exam fee.
When filling out your notary application, you must use your “legal” name.
Pennsylvania drivers with those expired registration stickers have two choices – remove them from your vehicle or make sure you are prepared just in case you get pulled over out of state.