FSBO Web site seeks to overturn N.H. real estate law

Lawsuit is similar to successful challenge in California

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A lawsuit filed this week in U.S. District Court in New Hampshire charges that state real estate law related to the display of property information on a Web site stifles consumer choice and First Amendment rights.

The Massachusetts company that operates ZeroBrokerFees.com, a site that features for-sale-by-owner property ads, alleges that a state law requiring it to obtain a broker’s license is unconstitutional.