- The bail conditions set will restrict his movements, amounting to virtual house arrest.
- The bail conditions will restrict his movements, amounting to virtual house arrest.
Are both sentences correct and convey the same meaning?
I believe ‘set’ is not verb here and is used as noun. Am I right?
“set” is not a noun here. It is the past participle of the verb. “The bail conditions set” is short for “The bail conditions that have been set”.
Both sentences are acceptable, though personally I find the use of “set” in #1 slightly clumsy.
There is effectively little difference in meaning. We assume that the bail conditions have been set, even if we are not explicitly told.