The Alaska statutes specifically state that Home Inspectors are not code inspectors. However, when I find something that I think is not right. I like to refer to the code to back up my reservations. Particularly when I get a realtor or contractor who wants to argue with me about “it being according to code.” So I don’t specifically go looking for code violations, but when I find something, I report it as such. I recently referred a seller to an ICC Certified inspector to answer questions he had about an existing installation that I questioned. He DOES get paid to look for code violations in that capacity.
I wrote up my concerns about the switches, particularly the switch over the bathtub, and recommended at a minimum that the circuit be protected with a GFCI in the panel.
Unfortunately the way they laid out the bathroom the only place the lightswitch could be moved, and still be by the door, would be on the wall outside the bathroom. Not actually a very expensive fix, but it places the light switch out of the room.