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there is no triable issue of material fact).  Advent cannot move for a “partial” summary judgment.  See McClasky v. California State Auto. Ass’n (2010) 189 Cal App 4th 947, 975 (“If a cause of action is not shown to be barred in its entirety, no order for summary judgment—or adjudication—can be entered.”)  

Even if this defect were overlooked, the motion would be DENIED as the Court is not persuaded that Advent’s interpretation of the relevant documents establishes that it is entitled to a declaration that it is an additional insured entitled to coverage under the Excess Policy.  “The interpretation of a contract is a question of law unless the interpretation turns on the credibility of extrinsic evidence.”  Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center v. Bonta (2003) 107 Cal.App.4th 237, 245; See also Consolidated Theatres, Inc. v. Theatrical Stage Employees Union (1968) 69 Cal.2d 713, 724 (“It is . . . solely a judicial function to interpret a written instrument unless the interpretation turns on the credibility of extrinsic evidence.”)

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