The verb annan is used in both construction types, as an existential verb and as a transitive possession verb. In some rare contexts the verb ganny 'to get, obtain' is used as a transitive possession verb with stative/resultative meaning: mon ganny lafyev. 'I have fever' (cf. ex. 132) and not 'I get fever'.
Source: Bollée & Rosalie 1994: 196
Source: Bollée & Rosalie 1994: 188
Source: St Jorre & Lionnet 1999: 104