The fire marshal on our project is insisting on inspecting the fire rate door openings per Chapter 12-7-4 Fire-Resistive Standards for Fire Door Assembly Tests and not per NFPA 80. Our concerns are the reveals at the head, side and the door undercut requirement. This fire testing standard calls for the head and sides of the door and fame relationship to fit “snugly” and the door under cuts at a single door are 3/8” and a double door ¼”. NFPA 80 clearly states ¾” under cut is acceptable at all openings. This project is in California. Can the fire marshal change the building code standard to a more stringent fire door testing standard?