there is a crucial point to this question missing but: in general this is roughly how its treated.
OF Course your best bet is to Consult a real estate attorney;
For the condo association foreclosure to be valid, the bank who holds the mortgage must be notified of the foreclosure action, and the mortgage company has the opportunity to do a couple of things:
They can pay the delinquent condo fees themselves, to protect their own interests, and force the borrower to pay them back. If the borrower is unable to repay the condo fees, it could put the mortgage payments in default, and be grounds for the lender to begin foreclosure proceedings.
If the borrower is behind in their mortgage payments, the bank can join in the condo association's foreclosure action themselves. This is actually a great assistance to the bank, as it saves them the time and trouble of initiating the lawsuit - they just get to piggy-back on the condo association's foreclosure, which makes the foreclosure sale happen that much sooner. And since the bank's lien has priority over the condo association, the bank would be the one to get paid off first if the property got sold to a third party at the foreclosure sale, or if nobody bid on the property, they would be the ones who would become owners of the condo.
If, for whatever reason, despite getting proper notice, the bank does nothing and the condo association forecloses on the property. The first mortgage holder has a lien that always survives the condo association's foreclosure. In fact, second mortgages are usually superior to the condo association's lien for unpaid maintenance fees. Usually the condo association gets stuck with owning a property with at least one outstanding mortgage with an outstanding mortgage balance greater than the actual value of the property because of the decline in real estate value. Most condo associations allow the first mortgage holder to foreclose on the property after their foreclosure is done.
The main point is that in Florida a condo association foreclosure has no effect on the first mortgage.
Best Of Luck
Jose Castillo Realtor, CIPS, ePro