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Lehigh Valley Notary Public, Notaries, auto tags and title transfers

Heydt's Notary & Auto Tags - 610-791-9825
    "Low Cost Auto • Home • Renters Insurance"
    Temporary Tags • Title Transfers • Messenger Service License & Registration Renewals • Duplicate Titles & Registration
    Motorcycle Registration • New Resident License Plates and Registrations
    704 West Emmaus Ave. Allentown, PA. - serving the Lehigh Valley area

Nonnemaker Agency - 610-868-4278
    "24 hr. Registration Turnaround"
    530 West Broad Street, Bethlehem, PA.
    notary services for Lehigh Valley residents

Snyder Insurance Agency - 610 861-0422
    "Bethlehem's "Tag" Specialist"
    Temp Tags • Titles • Transfers • Learners Permits • Operators License • Plates and More
    2709 Easton Ave. Bethlehem, PA.
    notary public for Lehigh Valley residents

Quakertown Tag & Notary - 215 536-6882
    PennDOT Approved On-Line Messenger Service
    570 South West End Boulevard, Quakertown PA.

What is a notary public?
A notary is a public official appointed by the Secretary of the Commonwealth for a term of four years. A notary has the power to perform six basic duties: execute acknowledgments, take affidavits, make certificates, take oaths, take depositions and execute protests.

Who can become a notary?
Anyone can apply to be a notary public, but in order to be appointed, you must meet certain requirements. The requirements include:   • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Reside in Pennsylvania for one year preceding appointment
  • Be registered to vote (Exceptions to this requirement can be granted for religious reasons or resident alien status)
  • Be of good moral character

Why do we need notaries?
A notary's stamp and seal give authenticity to documents submitted into public record. Although notarization does not make a document legal, a document with a notary's seals and signature is accepted without question. Therefore, any major trade or commercial transaction (purchasing a motor vehicle, selling a house,etc.) needs to be notarized. Notaries also make certified copies of documents.

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