Had a unique inspection today at a condo complex that used to be a motel. There was a meter bank at the rear of the building with individual main disconnects. The panel inside the unit (inside a bedroom closet) only had 3 incoming wires. 2 hots and a neutral. Now shouldn’t this first of all be a sub panel installation? The neutrals and grounds were on same bus bar, bonded to the panel. I don’t want to call this out as defective if it isn’t. No service grounding wire was observed either entering or leaving the panel. I was able to see down the wall, below the panel opening and several pigtails were seen, with wire nuts, inside the drywall, with no bushings for the panel knockouts. The unit is a 60 amp service and the crappy little electric range had a 60 amp breaker. Ungrounded outlets and so on. A real mess. I’m fairly confident about calling out these issues, but the panel should be a sub, right?