Since you have a complicated scenario, you would need an attorney to review the case and the entire background with you to see if your version is correct. As for how to get a case dismissed generally, both parties would need to sign a Stipulation dismissing the case.
As my colleague mentions, there are a lot of moving parts to this one. Generally speaking, if a bank forgives a debt on the home they should be willing to sign a release or discharge of lien. They must have already filed something with the county or the lien would still show up. A Quiet title action may be in order, but an attorney will need to review everything because a lot of what you are saying here makes no sense. Who is "she"? And, what does whether or not "she" filed for bankruptcy have to do with anything??
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Maybe it's as simple as doing a motion to dismiss. If you serve the various entities properly, attach the papers showing the releases, and they don't show up in court, what's the judge going to do? I would also call the attorney for the plaintiff. Find out if they instructed him to defend the motion to dismiss.
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If US Bank wants to drop the action with prejudice and say it has no right to foreclose, I can't imagine a judge would deny that motion. Therefore, it seems that there must be something else going on that was not made clear by your question.
Typically, if you both agree to the dismissal terms, a Stipulation is written up, signed by both parties, and filed. You might need to speak to an attorney directly, so that you can have a back and forth discussion to clarify all the details.
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A dismissal of the case and release of lis pendens closes out a foreclosure case in court. However, you may need a real estate attorney to run title and make sure all liens and encumbrances are removed from your title. The mortgage does not disappear by virtue of the dismissal from your title, but rather with a satisfaction of mortgage and cancellation thereof. Speak to an experienced real estate attorney that can examine the title and provide knowledgeable advice. The first consult is always free.
Typically a judge will deny a motion to voluntarily dismiss a case if a judgment of foreclosure has already been entered. The facts do not state if this has occurred. If a judgment has already been entered, some judges are of the opinion that the court no longer has jurisdiction to dismiss the action. There is a Florida statute that does allow a court to dismiss an action any time prior to a sale. Assuming the judgment has been entered, the motion to voluntarily dismiss the case would need to specify this statute and request the matter be dismissed.