The apartment complex is complete, the construction crews have gone home, and a certificate of occupancy has been issued. A decade passes, and then another. The apartments are sold and the developer, contractor and architect move on to other projects.  Any complaints about construction of the apartments in compliance with FHA accessibility requirements seem lost in the mists of time. And then comes the lawsuit. A disabled renter has discovered that the individual units are not FHA compliant and sues the entire original development team demanding that they renovate the entire complex. Surely such a claim is barred by the FHA’s two year statute of limitations. Unfortunately, in most of the U.S. it is not. More