PAN will hold an afternoon notary reappointment seminar in DuBois in September.
The first disciplinary action has been taken against an Allegheny County notary for a violation of the new notary law – RULONA.
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.
Notaries in Pennsylvania have the option of recording their notary entries in paper (tangible) or electronic journals.
The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office investigation into the notarization of hundreds of deputy affidavits without deputies signing them in the presence of a notary has concluded with calls for sanctions against two notaries who say they were ordered to violate state laws.
We were thrilled to celebrate 10 years at the Ebensburg Auto Auction by presenting PAN’s advanced motor vehicle training on May 31.
Hilarious take on being a “luxury” notary.
A Los Angeles auction house announced the sale of an ink pen for more than $41,000. Included in the lot were two notarized affidavits that helped authenticate the pen’s path from a desk set owned and used by Abraham Lincoln.
Former PAN member Wendy Potts Fleegal wrote to PAN upon her retirement to express her thanks. We think the letter is so beautiful, we wanted to share it with you.
This is the last of our series on RULONA questions that PAN has answered during the last six months since the new notary law became effective.