1. The man is not subject to specific court conditions. (conditional upon)
2. The man is not subjected to specific court conditions. (made liable; exposed)
3. The car appear wiped out. (Not OK)
'appear' is a verb, so it should agree in number with its subject:
EX: The car appears wiped out.
4. The car appeared wiped out. (OK)
'appeared' is a past tense verb.
Note, appear (to be). 'to be' is often omitted.
EX: The car appears (to be) wiped out.
EX: The car appeared (to be) wiped out.
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