Fullenwider v. Kitchens

In Fullenwider v. Kitchens, 223 Ark. 442, 266 S.W.2d 281 (1954), the supreme court applied the principle announced in Kimmer v. Nelson to uphold a lower court's finding that use of a road through wild and unimproved land for over thirty years overcame the presumption that use of the land was permissive.