mother and father bought land by entiries with daughter with joint tenants with rights of survivorship , father dies and can mother now give her share to someone else still other person on deed.
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From your description of how title was taken, upon father's death, mother became the sole owner of father's and mother's entirety interest, and she became the owner with daughter as joint tenants with right of survivorship. That means that either she or daughter will become the sole owner upon the death of the other. Technically, she doesn't own a separate share to give away.
Mother should consult a lawyer if she wants to do something with the property, and daughter should consult a separate lawyer to protect her own interest.
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