What makes a verb stative in English?
I am not looking for various stativity tests, as these do not guarantee the verb really is stative. For example, no stativity test I have come across can account for the following data:
(1) This table is missing a leg.
(2) Look at this mess! You're wasting space.
(3) This shelf is taking up too much space.
(4) The problem is waiting for a solution.
(5) The smartphone is lying on the table.
What linguistic theory explains these discrepancies and provides a clear-cut distinction between dynamic, stative and mixed verbs in English?