A step-by-step explanation of the Pennsylvania notary education and testing process.
PAN’s latest educational tutorial is in a new format – an animated video. The video focuses on standard and non-standard signatures and is a fun explanation of how Pennsylvania notaries should sign their official signatures and deal with customers’ standard and non-standard signatures. This animated video joins our other (non-animated) tutorials in PAN’s Member Portal. […]
Rules of Conduct – What a notary can do
Receiving a notice of appointment from the Secretary of the Commonwealth and obtaining a rubber stamp seal from a notary supply company does not mean that you may begin notarizing documents.
In Pennsylvania, an individual of any age can make an acknowledgment. However, identification of a minor may be a problem. Underage individuals may not have identification that meets the requirements of the Notary Public Law.
A part-time clerk is needed in southern Lancaster County. An online messenger service is looking to fill an immediate part-time title clerk/notary position.
PAN’s Knowledgebase is an online searchable database containing a library of articles, how-to-documents and forms that’s available to PAN members 24-7.
PAN member Janet Campis was appointed executive officer of the Building Industry Association’s local chapter based in Kingston, Luzerne County.
PAN’s new 24-7 Knowledgebase is now available for our members.
A fast-paced auto tag agency in Conshohocken is seeking an experienced title clerk/notary public with minimum two years’ experience processing PennDOT forms and customer requests.