The Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts

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1.5 Substantive Credit

Topics of Discussion Include:
*Title 57: Notaries Public
-The Notary Public Law of 1953; The Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts of 2013; Department of State Draft Regulations, Title 4.
*Why a New Notary Law in Pennsylvania?
-Electronic notarization; Changes in identity methodology; Increase in the immigrant population; Improve the education of notaries; Better oversight and discipline of notaries.
*What is the same in RULONA?
-Traditional assurances of notarization.
*What is new in RULONA?
-Definitions; Personal appearance and evidence of identity; Short form certificates; Rubber Stamp Seal; Notarial register or Journal; Examination of education; Sanctions and Prohibitions.
*When does the New Law Take Effect?
-Department of State Regulations; Notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin; 180-day period to effective date of October 26, 2017

*Marc L. Aronson, President & CEO

Pennsylvania Association of Notaries

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November 29th, 2017 12:00 PM   through   1:30 PM
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