PAN has scheduled afternoon Notary Reappointment Seminars (2 p.m. to 5 p.m.) in November for numerous locations and dates.
Pennsylvanians who want a drivers’ license that allows them to board commercial airliners and enter certain secure federal buildings can soon get one.
Pedro Cortés is back once again as Pennsylvania’s Acting Secretary of State.
Need part-time/full-time title person/counter person for Altoona area (Blair County). General office experience and title work preferred. Fax resume to number listed below. Contact: Mary E. Letiz 814-946-4114 (phone) 814-946-4742 (fax)
A notarized letter granting a son permission to take his father’s artwork valued at more than $20 million could play a major role in a criminal case.
We’re proud of what we do here at PAN and we want to share our enthusiasm with notaries throughout the Commonwealth. So we’re doing a bit of self-promotion through what’s known as “social media,” reaching out to notaries through our presence on Facebook and Twitter.
Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (PAN), in conjunction with SLC Services, LLC, is offering another signing agent educational seminar in October. Signing Agent – Basic is geared to those who want to learn more about the signing agent industry.
Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (PAN), in conjunction with SLC Services, LLC, is offering a new educational seminar in July. Signing Agent – Basic is geared to those who want to learn more about the signing agent industry.
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.
To redact or not to redact, that is the question. Redacting is quite simply the process of hiding information in a document. A redacted document, such as a notarial register, has had personal information deleted or blacked out for privacy or security reasons.