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What Pennsylvania Notaries Need To Know About RULONA

What Pennsylvania Notaries Need To Know About RULONA

As the Keystone State prepares for the changes RULONA will bring to its nearly 115,000 Notaries, the NNA is teaming up with the Pennsylvania Bankers Association to offer a webinar focused on what the changes mean for Notaries in their daily work. The webinar will cover the new exam requirements and the new act of signature witnessing, as well as stamp and journal changes that take effect on October 26.

Craig Tew, Product Content Manager for the NNA, will discuss details about the:

  • Exam: Required for new Notaries or those who allow their commission to expire.
  • Education: Required for all Notaries.
  • Stamp: Required new wording and information.
  • Journal: Required binding, formatting and entry information.
  • Identification: Required forms of ID listed in the statute.
  • Certificates: Required language is provided and certificates must “substantially” resemble the statute.
  • Act of Signature Witnessing: New act where the Notary identifies the signer and witnesses them signing the document.
  • Attorney Acknowledgment: Formerly called a proof of execution by subscribing witness.

The 30-minute webinar is scheduled for September 13 at 7:00 a.m. Pacific / 10:00 a.m. Eastern. A recording of the webinar will be posted on the Notary Bulletin afterward.

Kat Garcia is the Content Strategy Manager with the National Notary Association. 

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