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In written correspondence regarding a disputed issue over the sale of a horse, my partner has received emails which have been angry, accusatory and intimidatory. The man has stopped short of actually threatening anything (other than legal action), but the tone of his mails have considerably unsettled my partner, leaving her upset, and distressed. I would like to know what exactly a person has to say or do for his actions to become legally unacceptable. Is there such a thing as psychological harassment, as the man is very much 'inside the mind/life' of my partner now and has had a profound effect on her mental state since this began. Also, if the man obtained her contact details from a place where they were not held/displayed publicly, has he broken any law (asking a secretary of a club)?
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