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Most likely, yes. If your sewer line runs through your neighbor's property then there is a sewer easement encumbering your neighbor's property to the benefit of your property.Simply research the public record and find the easement agreement. That will reveal the terms of the your use of your neighbor's property, which likely requires you to maintain the sewer line and pay for any damage to your neighbor's property caused by its use. If it is shared and there is no easement then you would not be liable for such repairs.
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