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2020 American Cancer Society Bike-A-Thon

2020 American Cancer Society Bike-A-Thon

2020 American Cancer Society Bike-A-Thon Every year M. Burr Keim Company participates in the American Cancer Society's Bike-A-Thon. Because nearly everyone has been touched by cancer in some way, we've decided to show our support and make a difference by forming a team to support the American Cancer Society’s lifesaving work in research, education, advocacy, and patient services Using the links on this page, you can join our fight against cancer by clicking to Join our Team or Donate. Today, there is more hope than ever for people facing cancer. We hope you will join our team or make a donation today....

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Philadelphia Recording Fees Revised

EFFECTIVE JANUARY 31, 2018 Pursuant to PA Acts 113 and 126 of 2014 the following is the list of restated fees: RESTATED FEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF RECORDS   DEED Recording Fee $107.00 Philadelphia Housing Trust Fund Fee $107.00 State Writ Tax $0.50 County Fee $2.00 Access to Justice Fee $40.25 Total $256.75 DEED - Deceased Spouse/Partner DDEC State Writ Tax $0.50 County Fee $2.00 Access to Justice Fee $40.25 Total $42.75 DEED MISCELLANEOUS -Recording Fee $107.00 Philadelphia Housing Trust Fund Fee $107.00 State Writ Tax $0.50 County Fee $2.00 Access to Justice Fee $40.25 Total $256.75 MORTGAGE  -  Recording  Fee $92.00...

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RULONA - Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts

October 26, 2017 - What to Know About RULONA PA Bulletin Notice Summary of the Major Changes Instituted by RULONA (PDF) Pennsylvania Notary Public Law (PDF) Contact Us

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New Pennsylvania Notary Public Law

NEW PENNSYLVANIA NOTARY PUBLIC LAW House Bill 25 was signed into law on October 9, 2013 and became Act 73 of 2013. Act 73 adopts the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA) and completely replaces the former Notary Public Law and Uniform Acknowledgment Act with modern language and best practices. Act 73 will be implemented in several phases. Effective immediately on October 9, 2013 is the Department’s authority to make regulations to implement the new law; the Department’s authority to approve basic and continuing notary education courses; and section 329.1(a) of the Act (relating to the authority of the...

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