I was wondering - if there are several verbs/nouns in one sentence and also I want to use any pronoun (direct object pronoun, indirect object pronoun, demonstrative pronoun, etc.), do I HAVE to ALWAYS repeat pronoun with each verb? Should it be like in case of definite articles (example below)? Or you can use several verbs and attach pronoun to first verb only (if you like)?
We're selling the house and chair. = Vendemos la casa y la silla.
My guess is that for some pronouns you are NOT required to attach the same pronoun to each verb/noun, but you CAN attach (IF you like), for the purpose of making the overall sentence sounding more "stronger". But this is only guess. So far I saw for DO (direct object) pronoun that it is repeated (example below):
From Movie Venganza (Taken), year 2008: "Si no lo hace, le buscaré, le encontraré y le mataré." [here is an apparent case of Leísmo (should be "lo" in all cases), but this is a different topic.]
I am asking about all the types of pronouns (for example, demonstrative "esta" with nouns, possesive pronouns with nouns), not only DO or IO pronouns.
For example, in a sentence below which I came up with myself, I believe I have to attach possessive pronouns to both nouns and it will be correct:
These are my chair and table - Estas son mi silla y mi mesa