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Services Offered 

Remote Online Notary Service (RON)

Remote notarization is when personal appearance before a notary public is made via audiovisual communication or technology. Remote notarization allows Pennsylvania notaries to perform their duties for clients who are not in the same physical location with them, using electronic communication technology. All of the below services can be offered in the comfort and convenience of your own home or office.

*Technology and administrative fees are applied for this service. 

*Weekend services are RON only

 

POWERS OF A NOTARY PUBLIC
Under the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA), notaries public are authorized to perform six notarial acts: take an acknowledgement administer oaths and affirmations, take a verification on oath or affirmation (includes an affidavit), witness or attest a signature, certify or attest a copy or deposition, and note a protest of a negotiable instrument.

Acknowledgments
A notary public who takes an acknowledgment of a record shall determine, from personal knowledge or satisfactory evidence of the identity of the individual, all of the following: 

The individual appearing before the notary public and making the acknowledgment has the identity claimed.
The signature on the record is the signature of the individual.


Administering oaths and affirmations
A notary public who administers an oath or affirmation shall determine, from personal knowledge or satisfactory evidence of the identity of the individual, that the individual appearing before the notary public and making the oath or affirmation has the identity claimed.

Verifications on oath or affirmation
A notary public who takes a verification of a statement on oath or affirmation shall determine, from personal knowledge or satisfactory evidence of the identity of the individual, all of the following: 

The individual appearing before the notary public and making the verification has the identity claimed.
The signature on the statement verified is the signature of the individual.


Witnessing or attesting signatures
A notary public who witnesses or attests to a signature shall determine, from personal knowledge or satisfactory evidence of the identity of the individual, all of the following: 

The individual appearing before the notary public and signing the record has the identity claimed.
The signature on the record is the signature of the individual.

Vehicle Title Transfer

Car title notarization affirms the identity of the seller and the buyer. It also ensures both parties are aware of the document’s contents and have voluntarily signed it of their own free will. After signing, vehicle title notarization protects the buyer and the seller.

Loan Signing Agent
The responsibilities of a Notary Signing Agent generally include printing loan documents, meeting the signer and notarizing their signature, and quickly returning the documents for processing. NSAs are also responsible for following any additional instructions from the lender, title company or signing service that hires them for loan closing work.

Since Notary Signing Agents have access to private financial information about borrowers and are sent into their client's home, the mortgage finance industry requires all Signing Agents to undergo a background screening on an annual basis. This helps prevent mortgage fraud and ensures the consumer's information is secure.


Copies
A notary public who certifies or attests a copy of a record or an item which was copied shall determine that the copy is a complete and accurate transcription or reproduction of the record or item. 

Forms of identification accepted:

Government-issued identification:
A passport, driver's license or government-issued nondriver identification card, which is current and unexpired.

 

Another form of government identification issued to an individual, which: is current; contains the signature or a photograph of the individual; and is satisfactory to the notary public.

*Mobile notary services are offered specifically for individuals who are in an assisted living, nursing home or hospital facility.

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