Use of gerundivum

Is there any way to use the gerundivum in clauses?

For instances: the Controller’s obligations, where “controller” is the concept?

Hi Bernd,

In Dutch & English you can simply use #concept singlequote s

So if, for example, your concept is called “controller” (and has a conceptlabel “controller” in singular and “controllers” in plural), writing #controller's will result in controller's in singular and controllers' in plural. The algorithm is actually reasonably smart, e.g. also taking into account a trailing -x in Dutch.

Great! Thanks, Maarten.