I brought a used car from Mr. A. However it was not his car. He went with Mr. B, the real owner, to an office dealing with auto registration and sign the paper together without me being there. I did not know anything about Mr B at all. I did not give Mr A permission to sign my name. Faking somebody's signature is a crime, correct?
Mr A said that it was his car and a good car. However it turned out to be a bad car. I want to report Mr. A to the DMV that he forged my signature, and I want to return the car to Mr. A and get my money back. What right do I have? Since he submitted the bill of sale to DMV with the fake signature, I want to report to the DMV that the bill of sale is invalid because I did not sign it, and I want to return the car to Mr A. What do I have to do?
This was in the State of California.
At first, Mr A said he has a car to sell to me. He get a car from Mr B, that I did not know anything about Mr B. Mr A brought Mr B to an office dealing with auto registration to fill the paper for sale. I did not know what happen in that office. Now I know that Mr A fake my signature to be a buyer. The car is bad, and I paid money to Mr A. I would like to return the car to Mr A. If I did not sign any paper to be a buyer, this bill of sale should be invalid. I did not receive the title after 4 months. I went to the DMV and they said that the title now is under my name. Almost all the time, Mr A has the car trying fix the problems of the car, I don't have the car right now. He is still keeping it to fix. My point is I would like to return it to him and get my money back. What can I do ?