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NFPA® 1 and NFPA® 101® describe residential board and care occupancies as locations:

A. that provide sleeping rooms for transients.
B. in which sleeping accommodations are provided to 16 or more persons who are not related.
C. that provide sleeping accommodations under conditions other than those defined for health care or detention occupancies.
D. where lodging, building, and personal care are provided to four or more residents who are unrelated to the owner or operator.

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