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No, the lender cannot put a lien on your new property. Pursuant to Nev. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 11.010 et. seq., the statute of limitations for a promissory loan is 3 years. Since it's been over 6 years, you have an absolute defense to any claim by the lender and if the lender is past the statute of limitations, the lender would not get a judgment against you and thus would not be able to place a lien on your property.
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