Originally Posted By: mcyr
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What I see here is step flashing installed under the counter flash, which in this case would be more of a termination bar, but is not.
It appears that since the stucco was directly appllied to a cementous product given away by the lead pin anchors, there would not been any conceivable way to have the step flashing behind the stucco.
Termination bars are adequate in flat roofing work, but never seen it used in this application, due the fact I am in Maine. Drivit system is more common here and, yes, the step flashing would have been behind the product.
This termination bar appears to have been fabricated of coated finished 16-18 gauge alluminum and might not be adequate to hold the seal against the stucco.
The real termination bar used in roofing system is much heavier and not as esthetically pleasing.
I would recommend to have a roofing Contractor inspect for it's functional capacity in this installation.