A question about one wordsmith's tense.
get, got, gotten are separately the present, past, past participle form of 'get'.
However, I have found a weird usage several times that a 'have' is followed by a 'got' as the past participle form in dictionary. For example:
He's got no right to keep dumping his problems on me.
You've got three years' worth of research money to do what you want with.
Is this 'got' past participle a correct using?