Arnold Tours, Inc. v. Camp,
400 U.S. 45 (1970)

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Arnold Tours, Inc. v. Camp, 400 U.S. 45 (1970)

Arnold Tours, Inc. v. Camp

No. 602

Decided November 23, 1970

400 U.S. 45


Court of Appeals erred in dismissing complaint for lack of standing of petitioner travel agents seeking to invalidate respondent Comptroller of the Currency's ruling that national banks may provide travel services for their customers, as § 4 of the Bank Service Corporation Act "arguably brings a competitor within the zone of interests protected by it." Data Processing Service v. Camp, 397 U. S. 150.

Certiorari granted; 428 F.2d 359, reversed and remanded.

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