Insurance — Property — Insured’s action against insurer seeking declaration of rights under policy — Standing — Assignment to company that performed emergency water mitigation services — Scope of assignment — Considering language of assignment as a whole, it was unambiguous intent of parties to limit scope of assignment to the work performed, rather than all of the rights under the insurance policy — Summary judgment in favor of insurer was based on erroneous construction of assignment contract
44 Fla. L. Weekly D1969a
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