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  • v. Present participle of fly-tip.


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  • "Rod Bray of developers Northbridge Properties told Newshub that the culprits were probably trying to cut their own demolition costs by fly-tipping the house.

    "The options are either pay to have it demolished, or you dump it somewhere else and make it someone else's problem," he said, pointing out that it would cost his company over NZ$20,000 ($13,800; £10,300) to remove it."

    -- "Entire house fly-tipped in New Zealand"

    November 29, 2017

  • "A custodial sentence could be appropriate for an offence of commercial fly-tipping even where aggravating features, such as depositing waste of a dangerous or offensive nature, were not present." --"Jail justified for flytipping," The Times (London), November 25, 2008

    December 4, 2008