Couldn't cars be much safer so 40,000 deaths a year can be prevented? What about?
where i live it is not required for them to provide these things if you feel it is necessary then you are required to purchase it some states are different and require some of these items but in most states that i know of if you want a fire alarm or extinguisher you have to buy it and fire escapes are not an obligation
Gravity will only affect people, places, things, and their locations, but not time itself.
Who cares about legality? It's risky not to have more smoke detectors in such a large apartment.
It is habitable, but may have several building code violations
Building codes are local and not national in scope.