I was going to take out this closet to put in a bigger vanity, I discovered the post on the corner has been sistered. I wasn't expecting it as the wall the closet opens from seems to be structural too. Is there any other reason those studs would've been doubled?
What do you mean by "post"? The studs of the door frame? You usually have two studs on either side of the frame unless it's a dinky ass closet then you could get away with one, but I'd still use two regardless.
Thanks guys, using my phone and its a little hard to navigate pic files via a mobile browser. Here's a better picture. For some reason, they sistered the studs at each back corner of the closet. There doesn't seem to be much of a load on them (when I knock on them, doesn't sound like bearing weight). When I bear weight down on the subfloor right next to the bottom plate, they seem to move separately, like there's no weight pressing the bottom plate hard down. The hallway wall the closet comes off is load bearing. I'm pretty sure of that. The closet is only a small linen closet approx 16"w x 14"d. Why would they have doubled up the framing there?
Look, it's a standard jack stud/king stud pairing you can safely delete both if you put in a microlam/paralam beam to carry the load over to the next significant upright pairing.