Have or has?

Deliveries under the contract, which has the potential…

In my opinion it should be “have” as “Deliveries under contract” is the subject-clause.

Actually it seems to be better to write the sentence as follows:

“Deliveries under contract have the potential…”

May be you could give a bit more of the complete text to have the context clearer.

Regards,

Ozzy

If it’s the deliveries that have the potential, it should be “have”. If it’s the contract that has the potential, it should be “has”.