Your example is the state of 1-⑴-③
1. the direction of 那：
⑴那：as a demonstrative pron.
① It indicates person or thing that is distant in space or time from another
那+(number & measure word)+noun.
ex.那个人(that person) ，那两棵树(those two trees)
Sometimes那 can be put alone in front of the noun.
ex.那时候(that moment)=那个时候，那地方(that place)= 那个地方
②那 can be used alone as the subject of a sentence.
ex.那是谁(Who is that?)
ex.那是我们的老师(That is our teacher.)
③那+locality words(indicating position or time)
ex.在那上面(above that )，在那里面 (in that)，在那外面(out of that)，在那周围(about that)，在那附近(about that)，在那下面 (under that ), 在那之前(before that )，在那以后(after that)
and so on.
⑵那：as a conj.= then/well then
It is followed by a sentence.
ex.他病了，那我去吧。（He is sick, then let me go.）
ex.天太冷了! 那多穿点。(It is so cold. Well then, put on more clothes.)
⑶some common words about那：
那儿=那里=那边(there)，那些(those)，那会儿(in that moment) 那么=那样(well then or so/such)，ex.她的脸那么红(Her face is so red.),
你帮了我那么多(You help me so much),
他是那么好的一个人(He is such a nice guy.)
2.有没有：it is the affirmative-negative question form of the 有sentence.
The translation is just like “General question” in English,
=.Is there …? or Are there…? or Do/does someone have ….?
Note that the answer is an affirmative (有)or a negative（没有）.
ex. 那里面有没有书店？（Is there some bookstore inside?）
ex. 你有没有问题？(Do you have any question?)