Judgments do not attach to homestead property but because there has been no court determination that the property was, in fact, homestead, the title agent is uncomfortable providing title insurance until these debts are paid. There are ways for owners to designate property as homestead and you can quiet title against the credit card judgments but you have a practical problem that many people face when they seek title insurance.
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It's not quite clear if you, or your buyer, is liable for the aforementioned judgments. You should hire the services of a Florida lawyer to review your transaction and provide counsel.
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