When does a notary expire in Pennsylvania?

Answer According to the Pennsylvania Department of State, a Pennsylvania notary public's term expires 4 years after his date of appointment. Prior to each date of expiration, he can apply for an additiona... Read More »

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When does a California notary public commission expire?

A California notary public commission is valid for four years from the date issued. You may begin the renewal process before your California notary public commission has expired to avoid delay in h... Read More »

Can you become a Notary in Pennsylvania with a DUI?

Yes, it is possible to become a notary in Pennsylvania, even if you have been convicted of a DUI, especially if your conviction is considered for a misdemeanor offense. Pennsylvania requires an app... Read More »

Pennsylvania Notary Rules?

A Pennsylvania notary public is appointed and commissioned by the Secretary of the Commonwealth. Pennsylvania notaries public are authorized to perform a wide range of duties beyond notarizing docu... Read More »

Notary Laws for Pennsylvania?

A notary is a person who is trained and commissioned (licensed) to do things such as witnessing signatures on legal documents. A notary may administer oaths and affirmations. It is not uncommon for... Read More »