PAN continues to answer questions we’ve received about the new notary law – RULONA.
PAN phone lines have been ringing off the hook in the past several weeks since our members learned about the new notary public law (RULONA) and the education requirement. Let’s clear up the confusion.
Secretary of State Pedro A. Cortés today reminded Pennsylvania notaries public that significant changes to the notary law will go into effect in October 2017, including an education requirement for all notaries and updated guidelines for the notary stamp.
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.
Marc L. Aronson, president and CEO of PAN gave a presentation on the new notary law – the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA) and how it will affect motor vehicle paperwork during a meeting of the Online Messenger Association on Oct. 5 in Harrisburg.