Not it's not compliant, and that's because you don't have working space. You need floor to 6.5 feet above the floor right in front of the panel, and clearly the countertop is in that space.I've never seen one installed right above the countertop. Is it compliant? There's a workspace issue at minimum.
It's in Pinellas County, one county over from Tampa. I don't see any plumbing in the picture. I agree the tile is tacky, but the view from the balcony is magnificent. That's the Gulf of Mexico. I'll let you guess how much this condo costs. I was installing an A/C disco on that balcony. Doing this job raised my depressed covid spirits.Is that near Tampa? Looks like at least some plumbing may have been done un-permitted. They didn't want to spend the money on electrical. Used it on all that tacky tile.
And for every code requirement of 6.5 ft in front of a panel to be clear, I'll show that many that have something or other in front of it.Not it's not compliant, and that's because you don't have working space. You need floor to 6.5 feet above the floor right in front of the panel, and clearly the countertop is in that space.
I'd say the CT's were installed at one time or another to measure current, that is, unless they just put them on just for a place to hang em, which is their choice to do so also.At least the cover looks like it fits correctly instead of the usual half covered.
What are the CTs for?