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If it’s tied to the rest of the concrete with rebar to prevent separation and the ground underneath was properly prepared to prevent sinking the yes.
I added to my sheds concrete pad when I expanded it. I drilled out holes on the side where I inserted rebar with an epoxy to hold it in. The. Poured a new larger concrete pad next to it. It’s been like 10 plus years and it hasn’t budged,
 

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Kinda hard for us to judge by seeing some wet and curing cement patches - but yeah - that's what it can look like when fixed. Cement patchwork seldom looks invisible.

Is the owner of the building happy with it (his liability insurance)? How about the city (clearing snow, etc.)? Seems like they are the key players.
 
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