On behalf of a national title insurance underwriter and its agent, John Hein obtained partial summary judgment in favor the firm’s clients, in an action by a lender following denial of its claim alleging that it had intended to receive different property as collateral for its loan. The Court, in finding for the Insurer and Agent, found the legal description set forth in the title commitment to be controlling rather than the street or mailing address for the purpose of determining and defining property that is the subject of the insurance.