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67 Pa. Code § 43.3. Card agents.

§ 43.3. Card agents.

 (a)  Card agent shall be a notary public. In order to be approved as a card agent by the Department, a person shall be commissioned as a notary public by the Department of State, Bureau of Legislation, Commissions and Elections, or by a similar agency in another state.

 (b)  Application for forms. When a card agent applies to the Department for an official form, he shall affix his notarial seal and signature to the application to the Department for forms to be issued by the card agent.

 (c)  Revocation of commission as a notary public. A card agent shall comply with rules and regulations under The Notary Public Law (57 P. S. § §  147—169). In the event that the commission of a notary public is revoked, his status as a card agent will also be revoked until the commission as a notary public has been reinstated.

 (d)  Other requirements. A card agent is subject to other provisions of this chapter concerning the issuance of temporary registration cards.


   The provisions of this §  43.3 adopted September 2, 1977, effective September 3, 1977, 7 Pa.B. 2561; amended May 18, 1979, effective May 19, 1979, 9 Pa.B. 1630; readopted January 5, 1990, effective immediately and apply retroactively to November 17, 1989, 20 Pa.B. 21. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (95315).

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