1. The heist committed in an inhabited house, building or premises open to the public, or in any of its premises, will be punished with a prison sentence of two to five years.
If the acts were committed in an establishment open to the public, or in any of its premises, outside opening hours, a prison sentence of one to five years will be imposed.
2. Any shelter that constitutes dwelling of one or more people, even if they are accidentally absent when the theft takes place.
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3. Dependencies of an inhabited house or of a building or premises open to the public are considered to be its patios, garages and other apartments or sites that are fenced and adjacent to the building and in internal communication with it, and with which they form a physical unit.
4. A sentence of two to six years in prison will be imposed when the events referred to in the previous sections are especially serious, taking into account the manner in which the crime was committed or the damage caused and, in any case, when any of the following conditions apply. circumstances expressed in the article 235.
art 241 cp
Article 241 of the Penal Code Spanish refers to prison sentences for robbery crime in an inhabited house, building or premises open to the public, or in any of its premises.