I see this, a lot, in Maryland. Homeowner's associations and banks are reluctant to take possession of properties where fees, and taxes will continue to accrue. So, you remain on title and legally responsible. At some point, someone will move to foreclose or redeem the property.
You might consider engaging counsel to explore a "deed in lieu of foreclosure" to the foreclosing entity. It is not the preferred route, because it gives imperfect title, but it may get the property off your back.
Although a foreclosure action was filed against you, the bank did not follow through and finish the foreclosure. Because the bank did not follow through, the court dismissed the case. This means that you are still the legal owner of the property. You should discuss your case with an experinced real estate lawyer in your area to find out what your responsibilities are and what options you have with your property.
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Following on Attorney Deason's comments, there is a lot of confusion and uncertainty in FLA foreclosures. There have been many foreclosure suits simply abandoned due to problems with the lenders and their lawyers and agents. You should find out it that is the case with your property - might give you a whole different outlook on the situation.
You should seek the advice of a FLA attorney and this post is not meant as legal advice.
From the facts that you presented, it sounds as if you are still responsible for the payments that accrue each month to the association. However, it also sounds as if there may be a good opportunity at present for to resolve your situation with both the mortage company and with the association.
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