(2)...Does the HOA have to issue a summons prior to foreclosure and if not, what other remedies does it have to comply with? (3)...In other words, does the HOA have to 'wait in line' until the foreclosure action is resolved? To date, HOA has not replied to the majority of the many written (and sent certified) questions of dispute. (4)...If a belated lien was recorded for a quarter of the amount claimed, is this the only amount the HOA can claim or sue for?(A)...IF THE HOA FORECLOSES AND THE PROPERTY IS SOLD ON AUCTION, WHAT HAPPENS IF THE MORTGAGEE PREVAILS IN THE CASE AND THEREAFTER SELLS THE PROPERTY TO A SUBSEQUENT BUYER? DOES THE ENTITY THAT BOUGHT IN HOA AUCTION LOSE THE PROPERTY TO THE NEW BUYER OR WHAT OTHER REMEDY DOES THE MORTGAGEE HAVE TO SATISFY ITS FIRST LIEN IN THIS SCENARIO? THE MORTGAGEE HAS GIVEN NOTICE THAT IT WILL CEASE TO PAY THE PROPERTY TAXES FROM THIS YEAR AND HAS CANCELLED THE FORCED PLACED INSURANCE. (B)...IF THE MORTGAGEE PURCHASES THE PROPERTY ON THE HOA AUCTION, OBVIOUSLY FOR A MUCH LOWER AMOUNT THAN ITS CLAIM AS A FIRST LIEN HOLDER, WHAT HAPPENS TO THE UNRESOLVED CASE, PART OF WHICH IS ON APPEAL? (C)... FURTHER IF THE MORTGAGOR PREVAILS IN THE CASE, DOES THE BUYER, INCLUDING THE MORTGAGEE, IN THE HOA AUCTION LOSE THE PROPERTY? IF SO, TO ME, FLORIDA LAW APPEARS TO BE TOTALLY IRRATIONAL AND CONFUSING!