1. Anyone who harasses a person by persistently and repeatedly carrying out, and without being legitimately authorized, any of the following conducts and, shall be punished with imprisonment from three months to two years or a fine from six to twenty-four months. in this way, seriously alter the development of your daily life:
a) Watch her, chase her or look for her physical proximity.
b) Establish or attempt to establish contact with her through any means of communication, or through third parties.
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c) Through the improper use of your personal data, acquire products or merchandise, or hire services, or have third parties contact them.
d) Attempts against her freedom or against her property, or against the freedom or property of another person close to her.
If it is a particularly vulnerable person due to their age, illness or situation, a prison sentence of six months to two years will be imposed.
2. When the offended party is one of the persons referred to in section 2 of the article 173, a prison sentence of one to two years will be imposed, or work for the benefit of the community from sixty to one hundred and twenty days. In this case, it will not be necessary complaint referred to in section 4 of this article.
3. The penalties provided for in this article will be imposed without damage of those that could correspond to the crimes in which the acts of harassment had materialized.
4. The facts described in this article will only be prosecuted through a complaint by the aggrieved person or his legal representative.
art 172 ter cp
Article 172 ter of the Penal Code is found in the title dedicated to crimes against freedom: