Complying with Federal Design and Accessibility Requirements, Part 3

July 31, 2007
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This article is the third of a three-part series on complying with federal design and accessibility requirements. Part 1 (June 2008) explained the requirements and how to tell whether your site is among those that must comply with them. Part 2 (July 2008) gave you five rules to follow to ensure your buildings and common areas are in compliance with the requirements. Part 3, below, gives you six rules covering unit-specific compliance requirements.

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