Based on Article 230.40 Ex. 1, each occupant of a multi occupancy building is permitted to have a set of Service Conductors run for his/her occupancy. The Code goes on further to say that this set of Service Conductors is limited to six Service Disconnects located in one location 230.71(A) and 230.72(A). Now the question: If I have this situation and we have a central location for the utility supply, can each of these occupants have their Service Disconnects (up to six) located near the Service Point and exceed the magic number of six? In other words, occupant #1 has four Service Disconnects on his Service Conductors and occupant #2 has four Service Disconnects on his Service Conductors. Both of these occupant's Service Disconnects are properly identified as to load served etc.and are located in the same general area. Is this a problem from a Code stand point or a safety hazard?