The Department of State requested and received a temporary limited suspension of the Pennsylvania statue which requires the physical presence of notaries for all notarial acts relating to a statement or signature on a record.[Read more…] about PA Allows Remote Notarization of Some Documents
The service training requirements (education) which expired in March 2020 and will expire in April 2020 for Pennsylvania motor vehicle agents, is extended until May 31, 2020.
The Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (PAN) has added four more Notarization and Coronavirus webinars to our schedule this week. They will be held on Thursday and Friday, April 2 and 3. You may choose an 11 a.m. or 1 p.m. session for either day.[Read more…] about More PAN Webinars Added to Schedule
If you have been approved as an eNotary for Pennsylvania and have not heard back from or received your electronic notarization equipment, you CANNOT perform electronic notarizations by using Skype, Zoom or and video cam device. You MUST only use the platform, i.e., the software, of the approved RON vendor.
Temporary registrations are included in the extension dates of those which expire between March 16, 2020 through April 30, 2020. The expiration date is now extended through May 31, 2020, a PennDOT spokesperson said.
“While the order extended all registrations, including the Form MV-120, I did want to highlight information related to Form MV-120 Temporary Cardboard Intransit Registration Plate Card or Temporary Registration Transfer Card. As a reminder, intransit plates are a temporary registration provided to residents of other states to allow them to get the vehicle back to their home state to register them there. Since it is a temporary registration, the extension is technically covered. However, these are vehicles which will be taken out of the state and it is really a question of how other states will treat them. To know how another state would deal with the Pennsylvania extension, an out-of-state owner would need to contact their home state to find out how their state would deal with the extension.”