Sowle, of Sowle's Seoul Soul Food, want to purchase a building to use as a second location for his restaurant. Warner, of Warner's Wreality Wrealty, shows Sowle a building. Sowle asks Warner if the building meets all the city codes. Warner says, "Yes it does. An inspector came last week and found no problems." The inspector actually did come the previous week. However, he found several violations that would require a major renovation. Warner read and understood the detailed report. Sowle then buys the building. A month later, the city prevents the new restaurant from opening because of the violations. Sowle sues Warner for intentional misrepresentation.
Can Sowle offer Warner's statement at trial?