In subjective relative clauses, we can left out the relative pronoun and end its verb using "ing". For example:
I can’t find my notebook that contains all my addresses.
I can’t find my notebook containing all my addresses.
But what if the verb does not have a progressive form such as "have", "like", etc. For instance:
I can’t find my notebook that have all my addresses.
Can we use this reduced form?
I can’t find my notebook having all my addresses.