Title is the term used to describe your legal ownership of the property you are remortgaging and in the majority of cases the title is administered by the Land Registry. the Land Registry allocates a unique title number for all registered property in England and Wales. The title includes 3 separate Registers, namely: Property, Proprietorship and Charges. Generally, the Registers contain a description of the property; details of the current owners of the property and any existing financial charges (mortgages) affecting property. The check of the title is undertaken by the Case Handler and its purpose is to ensure that the legal aspects of the property are acceptable to the new lender. Once the title has been reviewed, the Case Handler will set a completion date. The Case Handler will contact you should any additional information be required at this stage.