Light Threats


1. That the offender makes a threat to commit a wrong;
2. That the wrong does not constitute a crime;
3. That there is a demand for money or that other condition is
   imposed, even though not unlawful.

In light threats, the wrong threatened does not amount to a crime.

Requires that there be a demand of money or that other condition
be imposed

Blackmailing may be punished under this provision

The harm threatened must not be in the nature of crime and there
is a demand for money or any other condition is imposed, even
though lawful.


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