NB: The category closest to adjectives which F.Rose calls 'attributives' cannot occur with a noun directly but need a relativizer. Thus, they can be used attributively only when part of a relative clause. The head noun can precede, follow or be internal to the modifying relative clause (cf. Rose 2003:218, p.c. 23.03.2011).
Rose 2003:218, p.c. 23.03.2011
Legal Values and Meanings:
both orders with neither order dominant
both but for specific forms
both but depend on the characteristics of the nominal head