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Yes, if there is a line of credit on the house, it would follow the property with you now being the only guarantor for any loan that might be taken out against the equity in the house.
When a property is jointly owned by spouses, when one passes, the survivor instantly becomes the sole owner of the property subject to any existing liens, debts or mortgages on it. Since it is the house that is securing the line of credit, nothing would affect it once the house is solely in your name.
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