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Now called the Electronic Notarization Program, e-Notarization allows qualified Pennsylvania notaries public to perform notarizations electronically, in compliance with provisions of the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA) and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act.
Beginning April 20, 2020, remote notarization is temporarily authorized for all Pennsylvania notaries public, pursuant to Act 15 of 2020 (S. Until now, Pennsylvania law required notarial acts, even those performed electronically with respect to electronic records, to be done in the physical presence of the notary.
Currently, there are 26 states that have enacted some form of remote online notarization (RON) law: Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota*, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont,
A remote notary is a legally commissioned notary public who is authorized to conduct notarizations over the internet via digital tools and a live audio video call. All notaries, no matter how they perform their service, must watch as someone signs a document.
A Pennsylvania notary public's authority extends to all counties in the Commonwealth. A notary holding a commission issued by the Pennsylvania Department of State may notarize at any location in the Commonwealth. A Pennsylvania notary may not perform notarial acts outside this state.
Today, Notaries in many states are authorized to notarize electronic documents, sign with a signature pad or by clicking a button on a computer screen.
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