I was a graduate student at one of the universities in the US about two years ago and I was working on a thesis. I was an international student and my advisory committee thought that my writing skills were extremely poor and I was asked to quit the program (though I didn't agree with their decision). I had done some literature review during the program and I recently decided to submit that as a review paper in a fairly decent journal. I just got the decision from the editor saying that the paper could be accepted with minor revision.
Now, I would like your opinion on whether I should contact my advisory committee to see if they would be willing to be the co-authors on the paper. Since I worked on this manuscript while I was a graduate student at that university and did get some help with the corrections on my writing (especially grammar; and I did not use any data from any of my supervisors), do you think I am liable for including them as co-authors on the paper? Do I need to include my previous university as my affiliation and my supervisors as co-authors in this case? Should I contact them and offer them for co-authorship? What if they decline or would not respond? Since I spent good amount of time and worked really hard on this manuscript, I would like to get this published. I would really appreciate if I could have your opinion on what I should be doing at this point to avoid any infraction of Intellectual property agreement. Thanks!