Lawsuit proceeds in constitutional challenge of N.H. law

Web site charges that ads shouldn't require license

A U.S. District Court judge has ordered that a constitutional challenge may proceed against New Hampshire real estate regulations that require a broker’s license for a range of real estate-related services.

The lawsuit was filed last year in federal court against the New Hampshire Real Estate Commission and state Attorney General’s Office by ZeroBrokerFees.com, a company that allows sellers to post information about for-sale properties at its Web site.