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11.1.2 Permanent Wiring, Fixtures, and Equipment
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All new electrical wiring, fixtures, appliances and equipment shall be installed in accordance with NFPA 70.
Permanent wiring abandoned in place shall be tagged or otherwise identified at its termination and junction points as "Abandoned in Place" or removed from all accessible areas and insulated from contact with other live electrical wiring or devices.
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