I am looking at the electrical code and see a couple things that read a bit... vague, or perhaps not quite easily interpreted.
Any wall greater than 2' wide must have an outlet
Does this mean even if the wall is within the 12' of an outlet that it still needs its own outlet? Picture a kid's bedroom with a 4' bifold closet door and 3' entry door on the same wall and the bedroom is 12' wide with both doors there. This leaves ~ 5' of wall space divided into three chunks. If two of those wall slices are 2' 1" and one wall is only 10" then does that mean the two wall slices that are > 2' need outlets? Does this rule trump the 12' distance between two outlets?
So if you have a door, 2' 1" of wall space to the right of it, corner, then another wall tying into that one with an outlet 6' down the wall?
Receptacle outlets must be no more than 6' away from any point of habitable wall space but can be 12' apart if the wall has no breaks in it
Does this just mean as long as there's not a knee wall bumping out our a bump in/out of the in the exterior wall that 12' of wall space is okay between outlets, counting wrapping around the corner so an outlet would be 9' from the corner and the next outlet needs to be 3' away from that same corner?