Thanks for your enquiry.
Your Daughter is not automatically entitled to any belongings or assets of her late Grandmother. Only if she has been left a legacy in the Will is she entitled to such a legacy.
An Executor is under a duty to inform all beneficiaries of their respective legacies so I am guessing that no legacy has been left to your Daughter. Beneficiaries only are entitled to see a copy extract from the Will detailing their legacy and no-one else is entitled to see a copy.
However, if Probate has been granted, the Will becomes a public document and anyone can request a copy from York Probate Registry, at a cost of £10. Probate is normally required to be obtained by the Executor if the Estate is worth over £10,000 or if there was a property left by the deceased.
If Probate has not or is not being applied for, I'm afraid the Will and its contents remains private.
I would suggest that you contact Leeds Probate Registry, who can carry out a search to see if Probate has been obtained, and if so, you will be able to obtain a copy of the Will. You can contact them on 0113(NNN) NNN-NNNN
I am sorry this is perhaps not the answer you were looking for.
I hope I have assisted, but please let me know if you require any further clarification.