The items making up this request are dealt with in A‑III, 4. They do not normally concern the search division or the examining division, with the exception of the title.
The title should clearly and concisely state the technical designation of the invention and should exclude all fancy names (see A‑III, 7.1). While any obvious failures to meet these requirements are likely to be noted during the formalities examination (and possibly during the search, see B‑X, 7(ii)), the search division or the examining division reviews the title in the light of his its reading of the description and claims and any amendments thereto, to make sure that the title, as well as being is concise, and gives a clear and adequate indication of the subject of the invention. Thus, if amendments are made which change the categories of claims, the examining division checks whether a corresponding amendment is needed in the title.