That is correct. The joint tenancy has been severed and you and your ex each own distinct separate shares in the property as tenants in common - 50/50.
Was there a court order when you divorced?
Are there children in the house?
Under section 14 of the trusts of land and appointment of trustees act you can apply to the court for an order to sell.
On severance the land registry should have put a restriction on the title preventing a sale by one owner only. you may wish to check to make sure.
Note this is discretionary. the court does not have to grant an order for sale.
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In fact the court has no discretion in the matter - if you make a TOLATA application the sale will be ordered.
However provided you have not remarried you can also make an application within the Divorce proceedings (even now) for the court to deal with the financial issues which will include ordering a soale of the property.
The Family Court also has wide powers to adjust the shares that you each receive
Do let me know if you have any further questions or queries.