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That requirement is for killing all the service conductors to a building, so it applies at the main disconnect. It doesn't apply for subpanels. It would apply for a feeder to a detached garage, which could terminate in a MLO panel as long as there are 6 or fewer breakers in it.
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two things around here ALL basement outlets must be GFCI protected. had big hassle with two different buyers at home sale time, I upgraded to GFCIs....
with basement space install some ingress egress windows which will not only add light and air but qualify the added space as bedrooms, very valuable when its time to sell!
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The NEC does not require outlets in finished parts of a basement to be GFCI protected

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