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Yes, you can put a lien on a property that is titled as tenants in common. However, if this is personal debt and the property is registered in the name of a business, with the business being a an LLC/corporation, you cannot put a lien on that property because the business is a separate legal entity and cannot be held responsible for a personal debt. If the business is not incorporated/LLC--if the business is a sole proprietorship, then you can go after the business assets because the business and the individual are legally one and the same.
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I have actually answered your question. You did not ask about Statute of Limitations in your initial post. I answered that follow up of question out of courtesy to you. I could have refused to answer that question and told you to open a new thread for that question pursuant to site policy as you never asked about Statute of Limitations in your initial post. In your initial post, you only asked whether or not you can place a lien on a property that is held in Tenants in common and I answered that question.
The answer to your question: See Missouri Statutes Chapter 516 Section(###) ###-####/a>. My answer remains the same.