Who has the man invited?

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Messquito

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Chinese - Taiwan 中文 Taiwanese Hokkien 臺語
Hi,

Who has the man invited? (or even Who had the man invited?)

Does it mean (I'll replace the man with a pronoun to indicate the case):
1. Who has him invited? [based on the phrase have someone invited] / (Who had him invited?)
or
2. Whom has he invited? [He has invited whom?] / (Who had he invited?)

I don't have a context but I am wondering if it's possible to know what it means without context, and if the tense has/had affects the choice between 1. and 2., too.
 
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