If an appeal is going to be filed, a notice of appeal needs to be filed with the court. Then, you would need to proceed and file the appeal, so the court and plaintiff are on notice, that there are issues with the foreclosure, which could result in the judgment and sale being vacated. Moreover, you can file a motion to stay the issuance of title and also ask/base it upon your motion to vacate the final judgment, based upon what needs to be met, as stated within Rule 1.540(b). You have every legal right to file a complaint with the Florida Bar about this attorney, especially if he failed to properly represent your legal interest and his actions resulted in the foreclosure action. If you have the money now, you can always try and see if the lender will agree to vacate the sale and judgment if you are able to reinstate the full amount of the loan plus fees and costs. Since the certificate of sale was already issued, the right of redemption does not appear to be something you can exercise now under the statute, which I have provided below. The most important thing for you to do now, is try and stop the certificate of title
from being issued, which would transfer the legal interest of your home, to the lender. In the event that your motions are denied, you will receive notice from the lender about when you need to vacate. You will have time to move and it is only if you fail to move after receiving notice, that they will proceed with eviction
45.0315 Right of redemption.—At any time before the later of the filing of a certificate of sale by the clerk of the court or the time specified in the judgment, order, or decree of foreclosure, the mortgagor or the holder of any subordinate interest may cure the mortgagor’s indebtedness and prevent a foreclosure sale by paying the amount of moneys specified in the judgment, order, or decree of foreclosure, or if no judgment, order, or decree of foreclosure has been rendered, by tendering the performance due under the security agreement, including any amounts due because of the exercise of a right to accelerate, plus the reasonable expenses of proceeding to foreclosure incurred to the time of tender, including reasonable attorney’s fees of the creditor. Otherwise, there is no right of redemption.