My question involves civil rights in the State of: California
in march 2016 I purchased a jeep for myself and I was going thru dui classes to get my license back after 27 years. when I registered the jeep I put a friend down as lien holder in case I ever got pulled over then he could get it out without having to wait 30 days etc, remember, I trusted him at this time. we had only been together since 11 2015. 6 weeks ago I requested paperwork to get registration history from sac because I knew he forged my name. since then I have been trying to find my title for the jeep which I know I had in my possession at one time but now is no where to be found.
in order to get a duplicate title I need his signature. and that has to be notarized. I messaged him on facebook and asked him to go to a a ups store close to where he was so it wasn't a big inconvenience and sign the lien release I had left there and paid for. 2 days I waited he never answered me about it and didn't sign it. so the third day I found a mobile notary and had him meet me where I knew he was but I had to ask if he was willing to sign before the notary would even get out of the car. When I asked him to please sign the paper he said, I got a paper to show you and showed me the copy of my request for copies of title changes and muttered something about me having a hold on his truck. so what can I do, anyone know?