Thank you for your reply.
That is correct only in that a recording of a deed in FL gives notice of ownership to innocent third parties, but that does not absolve her of her actions because she sold it and also, if your attorney checked and it was not filed at the time he initially filed suit that is another claim. Furthermore, even if it was recorded, if her deed is found void you can still attack the fact she did not have title to transfer to anyone so she did not transfer anything to the buyer.
Florida’s recording statute, F.S. §695.01, states, in part:
"No conveyance, transfer or mortgage
of real property
, or of any interest therein, nor a lease for a term of one year or longer, shall be good or effectual in law or equity against creditors or subsequent purchasers for a valuable consideration and without notice, unless the same be recorded according to law. "
You still have a right to fight to at least recover the value of the property from the woman who did this, at the very least.