Schott v. Miller

In Schott v. Miller, 943 P.2d 1174 (Wyo. 1997), Schott entered into an agreement with the county that allowed her to place a water well and pipelines on a county road. Id. at 1175. Later, the county vacated that part of the county road and quitclaimed its interest in that land to the adjacent property owner and did not reserve Schott's interest. The adjacent property owner revoked Schott's right-of-way. Id. at 1175-76. The Court held that exclusive title passed, and Schott's right-of-way interest had been extinguished. Id. at 1177.