That right there is useful. I just met with the inspector earlier today (building inspector) we looked at it and he approved it. Told him all o could find was the 6'8" thing and he said it was for hallways and such and there were special rules for this part where it is a tub. Basically he said we could go at the location where I as 6'6" could stand on the subfloor and just grase the wall with my head. So basically anyone 6'3" would be ok standinv in the tub but we are talking head and shoulder basically touching the wall. As long as the inspector approves it and the homeowner is ok with it as its the best we have to work with then I'm fine doing it.Al it takes it is a little further research.>>>>> Minimum Residential Ceiling Heights - Building Code Trainer
Now you may be able to sneak by and violate sections of the code. Maybe the municipality you are in did not adopt this particular section of the building code. However if they did and you sneak by and don't construct it to the adopted codes ther is a possibility when it is sold it can come back and bite the seller.
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