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In order to transfer the property and get her off the mortgage/registered title your brother in law will need to receive and mortgage offer in her sole name, he should speak to his lender (or others if not) about this to see if he is eligible. Once the offer has been received then mortgage company they need to instruct a conveyancer to do a transfer of equity and remortgage for you, it will not be as expensive as their fees for acting in your original purchase of the property, probably around £350-450 +VAT)
They will both have to sign the transfer form.
The mortgage company may just permit he to be removed from the mortgage but the transfer in to his sole name will be need to be registered and he should instruct a conveyancer to do this for him.
If he is to receive a new mortgage offer then a mortgage valuation will need to be carried out on the property.
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