No, you do not. Florida.s law in this area is bizarre. HOA liens are normally inferior to institutional mortgage liens. Assuming that is the case, the sale and certificate of title from the mortgage foreclosure extinguished the interest you purchased as the successful bidder at the HOA lien foreclosure sale.
However, you should consult an attorney to see if it is possible to recover what you paid. Under some circumstances, it ,ay be possible.
It is unfortunate that so many people are bidding at association foreclosure sales without appropriate legal advice and assistance. They are losing a great deal of money, since whatever they paid is generally lost by the subsequent mortgage foreclosure sale..
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If you purchased the property at a foreclosure sale of the HOA lien your ownership would be forefeited when the subsequent mortgage foreclosed. Typically an HOA lien is subordinate to a mortgage. So, you owned the house on 7/15, but lost it in the 7/22 sale. Sorry.....
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Unfortunately in Florida the mortgage lien would be superior to the Hoa lien I am always baffled as to how people bid on properties without having An attorney review title. The cost is so low usually between 150 and 175 and offer so much protection. So yes yourself rights to property by Virtue of your loan being inferior to the mortgage loan lien Assuming all was correct in the mortgage foreclosure action.