The owners of a four-unit residential building decided to demolish the building and rebuild. In September, they entered into a demolition contract and paid a small deposit. Six months later the building caught fire and was damaged. State Farm refused to pay the claim asserting that a building scheduled to be demolished lacked value. The trial court granted summary judgment in State Farm's favor holding that because the owners had signed a demolition contract, no insurance interest remained. The appellate court reversed, finding that insurable interest should be determined at the moemnt of loss and not by speculating about future, uncertain events.