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20 Local Loan Signing and Title Companies You Can Work With Now

by Sylvia • April 16, 2015

Every industry has its peak season. In Real Estate 6 months of the year from April – September have proven to be the best time. Buying, selling and refinancing take bloom like cherry blossom trees in the Spring, scorch like the summer heat in July and dwindles when leaves change colors in Autumn. As a Notary one of the […]

PennDOT issued defective Drivers Licenses

Security Alert: PennDot Issued Defective Drivers Licenses

by Sylvia • March 2, 2015

Many PA Driver’s Licenses issued between November 2014 to February 2015 did not have the proper security image on the front, according to PennDot, who arranged to correct the error made by it’s vendors, MorphoTrust USA and its subcontractor OpSec. PennDot’s Secretary for Driver and Vehicle Services, Kurt J. Myers, issued a statement saying, “Because […]

New PA Notary Law Brings Sweeping Changes

by Sylvia • January 1, 2015

A new law passed by Pennsylvania lawmakers will create sweeping changes for notaries. Under the current Pennsylvania notary law (Act 151 of 2002) notaries appointed and commissioned prior to July 2003 were exempt from the state’s mandatory education requirement. However, with the enactment of new legislation, all new and renewing notaries will be required to […]

PA Notary Seal Requirements

by Sylvia • June 25, 2014

Before ordering your Notary Seal be sure that the supplier understands the PA Notary Seal Requirements. ACT 151 OF 2002 repealed the Notary Public Law requirement to utilize both a Notarial Seal and an Embosser for the authentication of notarized documents. The embosser which leaves a raised impression on documents may be used solely at […]

How To Become A Notary In Pennsylvania

by Sylvia Penn • April 24, 2014

In Pennsylvania anyone who is at 18 years of age, a resident or employed in the state  and of good moral character is qualified to become a notary.  EDUCATION The first step to becoming a pa notary is competing mandatory education training. All new and renewing notaries who were commissioned after July 1, 2003, must complete […]

Notary Fees

by Sylvia Penn • May 1, 2013

 The fees for notaries public are set by the Secretary of the Commonwealth with the approval of the Attorney General. A notary public must not charge, attempt to charge or receive a notary public fee that is in excess of the fees fixed by the Secretary of the Commonwealth. A notary public must display their […]

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