Consider these sentences...
No unreasonable limitations and regulations will be willingly obeyed.
No unreasonable limitations or regulations will be willingly obeyed.
No unreasonable limitations and/or regulations will be willingly obeyed.
EDIT: (Will unreasonable regulations that aren't limitations be willingly obeyed? Does the use of "and" instead of "or" make a difference to the meaning?)
Is there any difference in the conveyed meaning of these sentences when "and", "or" or "and/or" is used? In other words, are "and" and "or" interchangeable in cases like this? Lets assume, based on some hypothetical context, that the adjective always applies to both nouns. The question is not about which sentence has the best choice of words, but rather about whether the use of "and" or "or" makes any difference to the meaning of the sentences.
Some more examples... I tried to use plural nouns that both refer to physical objects as well as more abstract concepts. In each case, the second noun is purposefully chosen to be related to and/or inclusive of the first noun.
No wilted flowers and plants will be sold.
No wilted flowers or plants will be sold.
No wilted flowers and/or plants will be sold.
EDIT: (Will wilted plants that aren't flowers be sold?)
No low-quality bricks and building materials will be used.
No low-quality bricks or building materials will be used.
No low-quality bricks and/or building materials will be used.
EDIT: (Will low-quality building materials that aren't bricks be used?)
No impractical suggestions and requests will be considered.
No impractical suggestions or requests will be considered.
No impractical suggestions and/or requests will be considered.
EDIT: (Will impractical requests that aren't suggestions be considered? Note that "requests" can be construed as "asking for a suggestion to be implemented", Therefore in this sentence "requests" are meant to include "suggestions" )
No inconsiderate remarks and conduct will be tolerated.
No inconsiderate remarks or conduct will be tolerated.
No inconsiderate remarks and/or conduct will be tolerated.
EDIT: (Will inconsiderate conduct that isn't remarks be tolerated?)