In re American National Property and Casualty Co.
The court found that the homeowner did not have standing as a third-party beneficiary of a lender-placed insurance policy and, therefore, the trial court's motion to compel appraisal was improper, as the homeowner had no right to enforce the policy provisions.
homeowner's insurance policy, lender-placed insurance policy, Hurricane Harvey, motion to compel appraisal, standing, third-party beneficiary
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