Mich. Admin. Code R. 400.1431 - Bedrooms generally

Rule 31.

(1) A living room, dining room, hallway, basement, or other room not ordinarily used for sleeping shall not be used for sleeping purposes by residents of the home.
(2) Bedrooms for residents shall be separated from halls, corridors, and other rooms by floor to ceiling walls.
(3) Interior doorways of bedrooms occupied by residents shall be equipped with a side-hinged, permanently mounted door equipped with positive-latching, non-locking-against-egress hardware.
(4) Traffic to and from any room shall not be through a resident bedroom.
(5) Bedrooms shall have at least 1 window.
(6) Residents of the opposite sex shall not occupy the same bedroom for sleeping purposes, unless they are husband and wife.
(7) A resident having impaired mobility, as determined by a licensed physician, shall not sleep in or be assigned a bedroom located above the street floor in a single-family residence.
(8) A resident shall be provided with reasonable storage space for storage of his or her personal belongings.


Mich. Admin. Code R. 400.1431
1984 AACS

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