A.R.S. § 12-3102 is part of Title 12, Chapter 22 of the the Arizona Revised Statutes, and this particular section defines in what situations the Chapter will apply - in particular confirming its application is limited to live persons, as opposed to entities like corporations. The statute states:
A. This chapter applies only to actual violations of the constitutional rights of a person or actual conflict with the laws of this state caused by the application of the foreign law.
B. This chapter does not apply to a corporation, partnership or other form of business association.
Although statutes are theoretically designed to be clear, that is not always the case. Thus, if you believe A.R.S. § 12-31o2 may apply to a legal situation you are involved in you should consult with an experienced lawyer to discuss how the statute might be interpreted and what other legal issues should be considered in your case.