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All the doors for ingress and egress to public schoolhouses, theaters, assembly rooms, halls, courthouses, churches, factories with more than twenty (20) employees, and all other buildings and places of public resort whatever, where people are wont to assemble, excepting schoolhouses, courthouses, and churches of one (1) audience room, and that on the ground floor, shall be so swung as to open outwardly from the audience rooms, halls, or workshops; but such doors may be hung on double-jointed hinges, so as to open with equal ease outwardly or inwardly.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 45. Public Safety and Good Order § 45-11-37. Doors must open outwards - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-45-public-safety-and-good-order/ms-code-sect-45-11-37/
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