Originally Posted By: jhagarty
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High Rise Condominium approximately 40 years old. Building was originally constructed as an apartment building. Configurations were altered when building was converted to Condo about 25-30 years ago.
Electric utility costs are a common element and part of the Condo maintenance fee.
Sub Main distribution panels are located within the interior of each unit. Turns out that some of the circuits spread across units. In the particular case in question, if the power goes out in a Bedroom, the breaker must be reset within the interior of the adjoining Condo.
Is there any Code requirement that the electrical circuits can not cross units?
Would this have been a code requirement 30 to 40 years ago?