One of the definitions of a HTML label is:
The HTML label element associates a piece of text to a control
What is the correct way to render HTML when the label itself is NOT "for" another label?
Example (to make it clear)
LabelA -> is for LabelB (which is read only text)
LabelB -> is for? (not really anything)
When 508 compliance checks run against things like this, LabelB is considered an "orphan" because it is not "for" anything. I could do a read only textbox but why even show that UI when a user cannot edit it?
EDIT: Removing the misleading label tag and replacing it with a DIV, passes checks.