Thread Subject: Definition Consensus Decision: Free-Standing
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From: Mike Paciello
Date: Sun, Mar 09 2008 5:20 PM
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Following is the definition for Free-Standing. If you do not agree that this
definition is acceptable, please reply and state your reason. Please note
that the committee is requesting input from the Access Board on whether
Free-Standing should be defined since it is used in other parts of the ADA
regulations and could have impact there. Consensus for this definition
includes accepting the definition and agreeing to removing it if no longer
"Standing on the floor and not intended to be placed on a table or built
into a structure
Example: The kiosk was a free standing device that stood on the carpet in
front of the registration desk."
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