Should I say "All the things he have will be given to her" or "All the things he has will be given to her" ?
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In modern English, "All the things he have" is not grammatical.
"All the things he has will be given to her" is correct. "Has" is the third-person singular form of the verb "to have" and it could be substituted for any other 3rd-person singular, e.g. "all the things he owns will be given to her".