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Can You Spot the potential code deficiency Here?
Did You Spot the potential code deficiency on the Home Page?

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Answer:
Every change in direction in the path of egress that is not apparent must be identified with an exit sign with a directional arrow (LSC-2012, 7.10.2.1)

Many would claim that the egress path in this photo is "apparent", since the corridor bends to the right.  However, the code gives the AHJ a lot of leeway and since the door at the end of the straight path may be mistaken as an egress path the AHJ could say the path is not "apparent" and thus, an exit sign with a directional arrow may be needed.
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