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Old 05-18-2012, 08:31 PM   #1
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Average Bungalow which has a dwelling on main level and apt in the basement, also a common area accessible to both. So would it be against code to have both elec panels in common area?
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Here's the situation.......
Average Bungalow which has a dwelling on main level and apt in the basement, also a common area accessible to both. So would it be against code to have both elec panels in common area?

Not sure about Canada, but here it would be fine. Both tenants need access to their OCPD's so that a good place for them.
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