Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts
Governor Wolf approved a temporary lift in the personal appearance requirement of the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA) for PA notaries with specified safeguards. (Follow this link to view the notice on the Pennsylvania Department of State website: NOTICE.)
All notaries who are using audio-visual technology as an alternative to personal appearance must:
- 1) become an approved Pennsylvania electronic notary (free application).
- 2) use an e-notary solution already approved by the Department that
offerremote notarization technology.
- 3) indicate in the notary certificate that the notarial act was performed by means of
Solutions approved by the Department:
- Doc-Verify (for general use)
- Safe-Docs (for general use)
- Pavaso (for title companies and other real-estate transactions)
For further clarification or with assistance submitting a waiver, please contact a CGA attorney.
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