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There are three ways that she can accomplish this:
1) Get her husband to sign off on the title, but that need to be notarized.
2) Get the limited power of attorney from her husband.
3) File for a division of property in court in the process of obtaining a divorce and have the court specify that the car be awarded to your daughter.
Which way she goes depends on how willing her husband is to cooperate. If he is willing either 1 or 2 is easiest.
If he is uncooperative then the divorce and proeprty division is inevitable.
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