West Virginia Code
CHAPTER 36A. CONDOMINIUMS AND UNIT PROPERTY.
ARTICLE 6. REMOVAL OF PROPERTY FROM PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER; RESUBMISSION.
Property may be removed from the provisions of this chapter by a revocation expressing the intention to so remove property previously made subject to the provisions of this chapter. No such revocation shall be effective unless the same is executed by all of the unit owners and by the holders of all mortgages, judgments or other liens affecting the units and is duly recorded.
When property subject to the provisions of this chapter has been removed as provided in section one of this article, the former unit owners shall, at the time such removal becomes effective, become tenants in common of the property. The undivided interest in the property owned in common which shall appertain to each unit owner at the time of removal shall be the percentage of undivided interest previously owned by such person in the common elements.
The removal of property from the provisions of this chapter shall not preclude such property from being resubmitted to the provisions of the chapter in the manner herein provided.