First I added a few more photos at photobucket:
That double is resting on a wall below and that triple kind of has something to do with a tray ceiling in the bedroom below.
Tizzer: those ridge board vertical supports are bearing down on other wood components. I am no framing carpenter but I agree with you that where the "doubles" and "triples" are are joists not rafters.
In the preface of the inspection report(which is a new photo) it states:
Items noted for "Review/Repair as Needed" in black refers to a deferred maintenance condition and or component(s) or condition(s) that should be monitored with a possible need for future repairs.
Items noted for "Review/Repair as Needed" in orange are considered to be a defect of functional concern
and or a system/component not performing as intended. The condition(s) and or component(s) should be reviewed and repaired by an appropriate person.
The inspector refers to the term "heal joint" in two places on the report page. Under the Orange Review Repair and under the Black Review Repair. One of the additional photos is a photo of what I think he is referring to under the Orange section and I understand that rafter being twisted is an issue. It is what he is referring to under the black section that is puzzling me.
On the inspection report page the only thing I added were the words INSPECTION REPORT PAGE in red at the top and all the blue arrows and blue lettering. The photos, red arrows on the photos of the inspection page and terminology were all from the inspector.
But in your opinion it looks OK the way this double and triple is terminated in the report photo?
Thanks for the time.