Photo of sub panel should be attached.
I'm not sure if feeding a sub without a neutral is a violation but there are plenty of violations I know for sure in the picture. The biggest IMO is installing a line to neutral branch circuit without a proper neutral feeder.
So in your area, your allowed to use the ground as a neutral? NEC doesn't permit it.Maybe I worded it wrong. When I look at the picture and count up violations, the lack of a neutral feeding the panel is not one of them AFAIK. Maybe there's a resi rule I have forgotten.
It is definitely in need of work either way
Looks like one hot,a neutral and a ground to me. OP can look in the main panel and see if the white is landed on the neutral bus.
I thought that at first glance. Look close and you see the white is run past the neutral lug down to the hot lug.Looks like one hot,a neutral and a ground to me. OP can look in the main panel and see if the white is landed on the neutral bus.
How is a sub panel supposed to work if it doesn't have a neutral. I think maybe you are confusing a disconnect for a 240 volt device with a sub panel. They are not the same thing.That's not even close to what I'm trying to say. AFAIK, a sub panel isn't required to have a neutral.