Doxpop is pleased to welcome the Franklin County Recorder as the newest local government information provider in the Doxpop community.
Franklin County joins Wayne County in the growing community of county recorders using Doxpop to make recorded documents available via the Internet. The Doxpop system allows county recorders to provide web access to recorded documents at no cost to the county while preserving the income stream derived from the sale of document images. The result is added services for Franklin County with no added cost for taxpayers.
Doxpop has been providing public access to court records since 2002 and has a database of nearly 5 million Indiana court cases available to subscribers. The addition of the Doxpop Recorded Document Service represents a significant expansion of services for Doxpop that has been eagerly awaited by both counties and Doxpop users.
Franklin County is the 32nd county to join the Doxpop network, which currently provides access to nearly 5 million court case records and 310,000 recorded documents.
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