Image-X Enterprises is a global leader in document management, content management, workflow and electronic filing systems. Since its establishment in 1989, Image-X has created multiple solutions for document management problems related to government, healthcare, education and financial institutions. One such solution ClerkePass is the first ever authenticated document certification and storage system to provide digital signature solutions for counties and state governments. Another innovative solution, eSecureDox is designed using our patented architecture (U.S. Patent 8613105) and using military grade encryption using PKI. From your need to store confidential data to backing up your servers and making your data accessible across a network of computers, smartphones and tablets. eSecureDOX eases enterprise-level backup from beginning to endpoint.
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The San Francisco Superior Court offers online access to civil case filings and tentative rulings. E-filing is available for asbestos cases. Pay Traffic citations. Please note criminal records are not available online.
Court filings require statewide and/or Court-specific forms. Statewide Forms are Judicial Council Forms. Court-specific forms are Local Forms.
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California Online Self-Help Center The Online Self-Help Center of the California Courts provides information on a wide range of legal matters..
USA eNotary was created by Image-X Enterprises, Inc. which allows a person to have their documents notarized electronically. Currently, notarization requires that you must be physically present before a notary in order to have your paper documents signed and notarized.Read More...