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Why is “has not had” wrong? [duplicate]

This is the sentence that needs correction: Peter realized that he has not had any experience with the extremely complex mechanisms of the mortgage industry until his father took him to Blue House ...
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“has”+perfect in reported speech of the future

(1) I will jump out from behind the couch. Then I will tell him: "I have been in the room all along." (2) I will pronounce him dead. Then I will tell him: "You have been pronounced dead." ...