State v. Direct Sellers Ass'n

In State v. Direct Sellers Ass'n, 108 Ariz. 165, 494 P.2d 361 (1972), a trade association sought a declaratory judgment regarding a law regulating door-to-door sales. The plaintiff association included some entities that engaged in door-to-door solicitation, id. at 167, 494 P.2d at 363, and it provided evidence that because of the law, no one would buy or discount the notes or contracts created by their door-to-door sales. Id. at 169, 494 P.2d at 365. The court ruled that the trade association had standing to challenge the constitutionality of the law, id. at 167, 494 P.2d at 363, and ultimately concluded that the law was constitutional. Id. at 171, 494 P.2d at 367.