Thanks everyone, I did talk with the dealer the numbers came with the new home, when it came off the line.
So I guess its in the hands of the trailer park to get me the title.
I may also add that a finance company called me the day of the release and I told them I was paying cash, and it was released with in hours.
That was NOT the MCO paper I spoke about. That was just the shipping paperwork that the home haulers legally needed to pull the home to your home site/lot. The MCO is a totally different paper and would not be shipped with the home. It is always mailed or FedEx'd from the manufacturer directly to the dealer who sold you the home. Like I said earlier contact Skyline and speak to them about just where the MCO to your home is. Shipping paperwork cannot ever get a title issued - only a MCO can. This MCO is signed by the person (Officer) at the manufacturing plant and notarized as this is a legal piece of paper required to be then filled out by the dealer and the dealer's signature notarized and then turned into the DMV for the title to be issued. Doing all the title work I saw many MCO's and none EVER came with the house's paperwork that the shippers were given. The only thing the shippers (house movers) ever had was the actual invoice for the home and not the Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin. The house movers needed the invoice in case they were stopped by the DOT and had to prove they didn't steal the new home and were in fact delivering it.
New Jersey Manufactured Housing Association
2741 Nottingham Way
Trenton, NJ 08619
Tele: (609) 588-9040
Fax: (609) 587-6697
These folks can help you obtain your home's title. Give them a call and speak with them about the laws regarding the titles and the run around you have gotten.