It will become more expensive in Ohio to become a notary public on September 20. Currently, the fee is $15. After September 20, 2019, the cost could be as much as $150 for new commissions and $60 for renewals. Additionally, Ohio notaries will have to undergo a Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation background check […]
Pennsylvania drivers are getting information in the mail about pre-verifying for “REAL ID.”
When the Keystone 28th Infantry Division is mobilized, the men and women of the 28th leave their loved ones and go wherever their services are required.
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.
As of October 26, 2017, renewing Pennsylvania notaries who have a lapse in their commissions (even just one day) or do not get sworn into office within 45 days from the date their commission begins, will be required to take the notary examination.
PennDOT introduced the “next generation” Pennsylvania driver’s license and photo identification (ID) cards, which will be phased in over the next four years and replace the current products.
Two notaries from two counties were sanctioned by the Pennsylvania Department of State for violations of the Notary Public Law.
PAN is offering a free white paper on the fundamental changes in the Notary Public Law that Pennsylvania notaries will need to know and follow by October 26, 2017.
The regulations for the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA), published on April 28, 2017 in the Pennsylvania Bulletin, indicates the effective date of the new notary public law as October 26, 2017.