I recently got cited by the local fire marshal for cooking on the Egg in front of my store. This is something I have been doing for 16 years.
The code he cited is NPFA, sec. 10.11.7
That states that I can't have a grill under an overhang or within 10 feet of any structure. This code looks to apply to residential dwellings, but he assured me that it applies to commercial. I am in a strip center, so the only place I can cook is in a valuable parking space. This effectively shuts down any demo cooking I do in front of my store.
Does anyone know where I can get a legal interpretation of the code?