E. R. Munro and Company, Pittsburgh, in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries, is offering Business Owners Insurance, geared to the small business owner.
Effective Aug. 3, 2009, the fee to be sworn in as a notary at the Philadelphia Department of Records office will increase from $70.50 to $100.50.
More than 600 Pennsylvania attorneys have earned continuing legal education (CLE) credits through PAN’s First Time Notary, Everyday Notary Challenges or Notary Reappointment seminars.
If you are thinking about heading north of the border for a little fishing or south of the border for some rest and relaxation, well, the rules have changed
PAN Customer Service Representative Ruth Kohler now wishes she had gotten a customer’s signature in her register, particularly after she realized the customer is a famous Pittsburgh sports figure.
If your name has appeared on the Secretary of State’s list of “bad notaries,” chances are, you’ve committed what’s become the Number One issue that gets notaries in trouble time and time again.
Several months ago, the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries sent out a survey asking members these questions: Do you work as a signing agent? How many closings do you perform each week? How do you market your signing agent business?
The Pennsylvania Department of State is taking steps to address the potential for confusion when the term notary public is translated into a foreign language.
Philadelphia Records Commissioner Joan Decker held a meeting on Friday, Oct. 17, in Conversation Hall, Philadelphia City Hall to review the new city council legislation affecting the Records Department that became effective on Nov. 3.
Brian Dowd of PAN’s Business Development office discussed identity theft at the monthly meeting of the York County Paralegal Association held at the York County Bar Association office.