L. A. No. 23697
46 Cal. 2d 517; 297 P.2d 428; 1956
The trial court's declaration in insurance company's favor regarding its rights under a written agency contract was improper where contract was ambiguous and extrinsic evidence should have been admitted to aid in construing the contract.
Carter, Jesse W., "Beneficial Fire & Casualty Ins. Co. v. Kurt Hitke & Co." (1956). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 134.