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Neighbor has allowed vines to grow into my fence, splitting it and causing it to fall over. The ivy/vines rapidly took over despite my landscapers cutting it back on my side. Unfortunately it also went up a tree and killed it.

What does the case law say on who is responsible for repairs?

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I haven't run into this myself.  It probably makes a difference what state you are in as well.  Try a legal forum like
AccidentalRental - A profitable resource for new landlords


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"What does the case law say" This is a legal question for an attorney. 

Have you spoken to the neighbor? What was their reaction? 
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