The marker got~gotim~garram occurring in predicative possessive clauses is regarded as a verb here. Note that Hudson (1985: 92–93) identifies the form garra(m) with the instrumental/comitative preposition and treats these as verbless clauses. In most examples, the transitive marker -(i)m is found on the verb but not on the preposition, but admittedly there is some overlap. Additional evidence comes from examples like Example 290 – prepositions are not stranded in Kriol, but the object can be in a non-adjacent position to the verb in a focus construction.
Source: Sandefur and Sandefur 1982: 61
Source: Brennan 1993: 12