You are being sued because you're on the deed but they cannot seek any money judgment from you as you're not on the promissory note. I would speak to a local real estate attorney before deciding whether or not to take any action.
The advice above is not intended to be legal advice
You have an interest in the property because your name is on the deed. This is why the bank named you as a defendant in the action. If you name is not on the note, the bank cannot seek a money judgment against you.
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Because you are on the deed, you are (one of) the owners of the property and are therefore what's known as an "indispensable party" to the foreclosure lawsuit that was filed. I would recommend that you contact a licensed Florida attorney who practices foreclosure defense to ensure that you have incurred no personal liability with respect to the mortgage and to see what rights and remedies are available to you.
Michael P. Fuino, Esq.
Associate, Matthew D. Weidner, P.A.
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