A clear floor space complying with 305, positioned for a forward approach, and knee and toe clearance complying with 306 shall be provided.
- A parallel approach complying with 305 shall be permitted to a kitchen sink in a space where a cook top or conventional range is not provided and to wet bars.
- A lavatory in a toilet room or bathing facility for a single occupant accessed only through a private office and not for common use or public use shall not be required to provide knee and toe clearance complying with 306.
- In residential dwelling units, cabinetry shall be permitted under lavatories and kitchen sinks provided that all of the following conditions are met:
- the cabinetry can be removed without removal or replacement of the fixture;
- the finish floor extends under the cabinetry; and
- the walls behind and surrounding the cabinetry are finished.
- A knee clearance of 24 inches (610 mm) minimum above the finish floor or ground shall be permitted at lavatories and sinks used primarily by children 6 through 12 years where the rim or counter surface is 31 inches (785 mm) maximum above the finish floor or ground.
- A parallel approach complying with 305 shall be permitted to lavatories and sinks used primarily by children 5 years and younger.
- The dip of the overflow shall not be considered in determining knee and toe clearances.
- No more than one bowl of a multi-bowl sink shall be required to provide knee and toe clearance complying with 306.