More questions and answers on the new notary public law – RULONA.
Part 2 of the RULONA questions PAN received from members.
PAN’s Williamsport notary seminars scheduled for March 13 and 14 have changed locations. They will now be held at the Genetti Hotel, 200 West 4th Street in Williamsport.
PAN members: The March-April issue of Notary Notes Digital was emailed out on Wednesday, March 7. If you haven’t had a chance to glance through it, please take a few minutes to do so. This issue is chock-full of great information – from how to eliminate notary exam anxieties to understanding the different forms of […]
Not sure if you are compliant with the new notary law (RULONA) that became effective on October 26, 2017?
First-time notary applicant and PAN member, Robin Carson, admitted she was nervous about taking the notary exam.
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.
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:
When filling out your notary application, you must use your “legal” name.
PAN offices will be closed until 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 27 for our annual charity auction. This year’s auction recipient is the Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania. This program provides essential housing, employment and other vital services to eligible veterans, service members and their families to improve self-sufficiency, sustainability and quality of life. […]