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R302.2.6 Structural Independence
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Each townhouse unit shall be structurally independent.
- Foundations supporting exterior walls or common walls.
- Structural roof and wall sheathing from each unit fastened to the common wall framing.
- Nonstructural wall and roof coverings.
- Flashing at termination of roof covering over common wall.
- Townhouse units separated by a common wall as provided in Section R302.2.2, Item 1 or 2.
- Townhouse units protected by a fire sprinkler system complying with Section P2904 or NFPA 13D.
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