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--- h.d.richardson(--nospam--at)home.com wrote:

> 	That aside, it would seem to be professionally
> inappropriate to have
> insufficient space BETWEEN BUILDINGS to accommodate
> expected building
> deflection regardless of what the authorities are
> willing to accept.

Well said! This is the case that Enginneerig opinion
should stand above the MINIMUM requirements of the
code.
Frank





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