Could the indefinite pronouns in genitive (jeder, mehrere, mancher, kein, etc.) be used to express possession? Do they accompany verbs that require the genitive? Could they be used to make formal statements like in the case of personal pronouns?
I have been searching the Web and I couldn't manage to find an example of a sentence with an indefinite pronoun in genitive nor what they are used for. I would very much appreciate if you could show me one or two examples.