Out of court admission of permission from prior owners can defeat claim for adverse possession

The Wyoming Supreme Court has held that out of court statements made by an alleged adverse possessor that he was using the property with permission of the prior owners can be admitted to rebut the presumption that the use was nonpermissive. Galiher v. Johnson, , 2017 WY 31, 391 P.3d 1011 (Wyo. 2017)