Prior to adoption of the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA) in Pennsylvania, notaries had the power to take a deposition. Under RULONA, a notary may certify or attest a deposition, but the specific wording that notaries have the power to “take depositions” is not in the law. A deposition is one of the […]
New Notary Public Law (RULONA)
The proposed regulations to implement RULONA were published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin on September 1, 2018. These proposed regulations are a result of written comments from 21 individuals on the draft “rulemaking” of December 2014.
The first disciplinary action has been taken against an Allegheny County notary for a violation of the new notary law – RULONA.
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.
PAN continues to answer questions we’ve received about the new notary law – RULONA.
The notary exam fee is not part of PAN’s membership fee. This exam fee is paid directly to Pearson VUE.
Part 2 of the RULONA questions PAN received from members.
For the next several weeks, PAN will highlight a question or two that we have received since October 26, 2017, when the new notary law – RULONA – became effective.
Every time you notarize – and this includes notaries who are completing PennDOT documents – the information must be entered into your journal in chronological order.
Not sure if you are compliant with the new notary law (RULONA) that became effective on October 26, 2017?