fire-raising definition

  • noun:
    • malicious burning to destroy residential property; arson.
    • The act of setting burning. In Scots legislation, fire-raising may be the technical equivalent of arson in English legislation. See arson.
    • malicious burning up to destroy residential property
    • malicious burning to destroy property; arson.
    • The act of setting on fire. In Scots legislation, fire-raising may be the technical exact carbon copy of arson in English legislation. See arson.
    • malicious burning to destroy property; arson.
    • malicious burning to destroy property; arson.
    • The work of establishing on fire. In Scots legislation, fire-raising is the technical exact carbon copy of arson in English legislation. See arson.
    • The act of setting unstoppable. In Scots legislation, fire-raising is the technical exact carbon copy of arson in English law. See arson.
    • malicious burning up to destroy residential property
    • malicious burning to destroy residential property
    • harmful burning to destroy residential property
    • harmful burning to destroy home; arson.
    • The work of setting burning. In Scots legislation, fire-raising may be the technical equivalent of arson in English law. See arson.
    • malicious burning to destroy residential property

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