I went through this thread Relative clauses types and confusion where the 4 different types of relative clauses are discussed.
First, I'd like to know wether I understood the 4 example sentences which the OP of the linked thread gave us.
1) "A)“Cased Head” Type (Relative Clause): the head noun bears some case relation to the predicate in the modifying clause 犬を飼っている木村さん。" => "Kimura who keeps a dog."
B)" “Adverbial Head” Type: the head noun bears an adverbial relation to the information expressed in the modifier 財産をなくした賭け事。" => "Gambling where you lost property."
C)" “Relational Head” Type: the head noun and the modifier form some sort of interdependent relationship 太郎が東京へ行った翌年。" => "The following year where Taro went to Tokyo."
D) D)" “Content Label Head” Type (Appositive Clause): the head noun serves as a label for the content expressed in the modifier In other words, content nouns are those nouns which have the potential to be further commented on for their content. 犬が赤ん坊をかんだ事実。" => "A truth which bites babies."
Second, Concerning Narutos answer to the question:
"C: (no original sentence; 翌年に太郎が東京へ行った would mean something different) D: (no original sentence; 事実 does not bite a baby)"
=> Does the fact that he left out the original sentence mean that these example sentences were not types of the sort described by OP (Here: C = Relational Head; D = Content Label Head)? Or in other words, does it mean that these 2 examples given by the OP did not represent the categories of relative clauses they were supposed to and/or were 'wrong' (e.g. D, since facts don't bite babies?)?
I ask because I wondered wether the examples given by OP in this thread could've been textbook examples, where I usually would expect that they are correct/fit the category they are labeled with.
If the examples C and D were not representative of the category they should stand for, what would be good examples for them? For example, I dont really understand what in “Relational Head” Type: the head noun and the modifier form some sort of interdependent relationship" is meant with "interdependent relationship"?