Thank you for your reply.
1) Yes, your lis pendens is only a cloud on the title, not a bar to filing a new deed and it does not prevent a sale, it is just a notice to others there is some potential legal claim involving the property.
2) Yes, they can sell with ONLY a lis pendens. No they cannot sell if you have a lawsuit filed and get a court to stay any sales on the property.
3)) Yes, if they own the home via foreclosure, it does not matter if the deed is not yet recorded, they can evict you.
4) RECORDING DOES NOT MATTER, as I have said that multiple times. If they have proof of ownership from the foreclosure, which is a court order making them owner, they do not need to record it before they evict and in housing
court on the eviction they just show they are the new owner in foreclosure. IT DOES NOT MATTER THEY DID NOT YET RECORD THE DEED, period end of that story.
5) Anyone who does a search of the property records on that property would see there is a lis pendens filed.
Lis pendens means "legal action pending" but just filing a lis pendens does nothing, you have to file the legal action (complaint/summons).