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Any creditor's lien would have to be against property OWNED by the party it dealt with - in this case, your friend.
Therefore, unless you or your husband have dealings with this creditor, you should have an attorney write a letter demanding that the lien be removed unless it can produce evidence that you have entered into any type of contract with it. If the creditor is not cooperative, you can file a lawsuit to remove the lien and seek your costs and fees, including attorneys fees, in having to file this action.
The fact that your address is on the account does not give a creditor of your friends business to put a lien on property not owned by your friend/his business.
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