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This website is published by leet design, a société par action simplifiée (simplified joint stock company) with a capital of 18,750 euros, registered in the Cusset Trade and Companies Register under number 814 521 431, whose head office is located at rue du commandant Aubrey, 03300, Creuzier-le-Vieux.

VAT identification number: FR57814521431

Telephone: +33 6 64 23 24 51

Director of publication: Géry Moulas

Publication manager: Marouane Sadki

Contact address: 15, rue de Milan, 75009, Paris

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Data Protection Notice

The user is informed, in accordance with Article 32 of the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 as amended, that leet design, as the data controller, processes personal data for the following main purposes:

- management of access and operation of the service ;

- management and follow-up of customer, user and prospect relations;

- the commercial and marketing management of content ;

- measuring quality and satisfaction ;

- the commercial and marketing management of content ;

- commercial and event-driven prospecting and the personalization of offers;

Collection and use of personal data

Internet users are informed that the personal information collected may be subject to computerised processing, that it may be gathered in the form of a file and that, in accordance with the provisions of article 39 of the amended "Informatique et Libertés" law, you have the right to access, rectify and object to the data concerning you.

To exercise this right, please contact leet design, 15 rue de Milan, 75009 Paris or by email at The user is informed that the information he communicates via the forms on the site is necessary to answer his request and is intended for leet design to process it.

Leet design does not pass on the personal information collected to third parties for commercial prospecting.

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Intellectual Property

Any total or partial representation of this site, by any person whatsoever, without the express permission of the site publisher is prohibited and would constitute an infringement punishable by the articles of the Code of Intellectual Property.

We remain at your disposal for any complaint.

General terms and conditions of sale


The present contractual provisions are only applicable to the products "Arche and e-bulle" (Arche S, Arche L, Arche D, Arche Q, Arche C, E-bulle) ordered, delivered and invoiced to the final professional customer established in metropolitan France (hereafter the "Customer"), as well as to the related installation services.

Any order of " Arche and e-bulle" products implies the Customer's unreserved acceptance of and full and complete adherence to these general terms and conditions of sale which prevail over any other document from the Customer, and in particular over any general terms and conditions of purchase, unless expressly agreed otherwise by the company LEET DESIGN (hereafter "LEET DESIGN"), as well as previous versions.

The present general terms and conditions of sale are communicated to any Customer who so requests, in order to enable him to place an order with LEET DESIGN.

Article 2 - ORDER

Each order of the Customer is preceded by a quotation established by LEET DESIGN indicating the options added toArche, as well as the possible installation Services requested by the Customer. The period of validity of the quotation is indicated on it.

In order to confirm his order in a firm and definitive way, the Client must return the quotation to LEET DESIGN without any modification, either by mail signed with the mention "good for agreement", or by return of e-mail with the expression of his consent when the quotation was sent to him by e-mail.

This order must be accompanied by the deposit if this is provided for in the quote. LEET DESIGN will then issue an invoice for the deposit, with full payment of the deposit being a condition for LEET DESIGN to fulfil its obligations.

Article 3 - DELIVERY

Except under special conditions, the delivery will be made to the address indicated at the time of the order, within a period indicated in the quotation or by e-mail as from the reception of the order form by LEET DESIGN or, if necessary, the issue by LEET DESIGN of the deposit invoice.

The delivery time is given as an indication and without guarantee. Exceeding this deadline shall not give rise to any deduction or compensation.

In addition, the stated deadline is automatically suspended by any event beyond the control of LEET DESIGN which results in a delay in delivery.

In the event of delivery by a carrier requiring an appointment to be made with the Customer, the latter will contact the Customer to arrange a delivery appointment. LEET DESIGN cannot be held responsible for late delivery due exclusively to an unavailability of the Customer after several proposals for appointments by the carrier.

In any case, delivery within the deadline can only take place if the Customer is up to date with all his obligations towards LEET DESIGN.


The Customer must check on receipt that the products delivered conform to the products ordered and that there are no apparent defects. Any defect that can be detected by the Customer after a normal examination of the item sold shall be deemed to be apparent.

In the event of a complaint concerning apparent defects or conformity, the Customer must record his reservations on the delivery slip and confirm them within three days of delivery by e-mail to LEET DESIGN( or the carrier. Failing this, the products cannot be taken back or exchanged, in application of article 1642 of the Civil Code. LEET DESIGN shall bear the costs of taking back and delivering the new products.


The installation services provided for in the quotation are carried out in a single session at the place designated in the quotation and on the date fixed by mutual agreement between the client and LEET DESIGN.

At the time of the order, the Customer shall provide the Seller with all information necessary for the performance of the Services provided for in the quotation.

Benefits purchased include a single trip. They do not include any trips or additional benefits.

The Benefits cannot be insured: if the electrical, telephone or other power supply conditions are defective or do not comply with safety standards; if it is impossible to access the agreed place of performance; if the physical environment of the equipment does not comply with the manufacturer's and/or supplier's safety regulations; if the equipment has been subject to abnormal handling (whether intentional or not) that has modified its integrity or affected its proper operation; in the event of an accidental event, force majeure or an exonerating cause partially or totally limiting access to the equipment, in particular if the equipment is inaccessible for any reason whatsoever.

The Client undertakes to sign an intervention report on completion of the Services, indicating any malfunctions or damage caused by LEET DESIGN. Any malfunction and/or damage that is not indicated in the report or that is not notified to LEET DESIGN by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt within 48 hours of the completion of the Services, which are the subject of this agreement, will be deemed not to have been caused by LEET DESIGN. If the Client does not sign the intervention report, the Services will be deemed to have been perfectly completed.


If mentioned in the quotation, a deposit will be required at the time of ordering;

In accordance with Ordinance No. 2019-359 of 24 April 2019, a balance invoice shall be issued on the day the delivery is made within the meaning of Article 289(I)(3) of the General Tax Code. The Customer is obliged to claim it.

The balance invoice is payable to LEET DESIGN by the Client within a period indicated in the quotation.

Advance payments are not subject to cash discount, unless otherwise agreed.

As a reminder, in accordance with Article L441-16 of the French Commercial Code as amended by Order no. 2019-359 of April 24, 2019, failure to comply with these payment deadlines is punishable by an administrative fine of up to 75,000 euros for an individual and two million euros for a legal entity.

In addition, in accordance with Article L 441-10 of the French Commercial Code, any invoice not paid on its due date will result in the invoicing of late payment interest (interest rate applied by the European Central Bank to its most recent refinancing operation increased by 10 percentage points) and a flat-rate compensation of forty (40) euros.

In the event of a regulatory change in the amount of the fixed compensation, the new amount shall be automatically substituted for the one appearing in the present General Terms of Use. These penalties shall run from the first day following the payment due date until the day of actual payment of the invoice.

In accordance with the aforementioned text, this lump-sum indemnity does not prevent the application of an additional indemnity in the amount of €500 excluding VAT, upon justification, and invoiced up to the full amount of the sums that will have been exposed for the recovery of the debt, whatever its nature.

The Customer can pay for the products ordered by the following means offered by LEET DESIGN:
- Cheque
- Bill of exchange
- Bank transfer
- Direct debit


LEET DESIGN retains ownership of the goods produced until the Customer has actually paid the full price. In the event of non-payment on the due date, LEET DESIGN may take back the goods, the sale will be cancelled by operation of law if LEET DESIGN sees fit, and the advance payments already made will be retained by LEET DESIGN in return for the use of the goods by the Client.

Cheques and bills of exchange are not considered as payments until they are actually cashed. Until this date, the retention of title clause shall remain in full force and effect.

These provisions do not prevent the transfer, upon delivery, of the risks of the products sold. The Customer undertakes, until full payment of the price, on pain of immediate reclaiming of the products by the Seller, not to process or incorporate the said products, nor to resell or pledge them.


The products "Arche and e-bulle" benefit from a contractual guarantee provided by LEET DESIGN, the duration of which is specified in the invoice.

This guarantee begins on the date of installation of theArche and the e-bulletin and requires that the product covered by the guarantee is installed within the geographical limits of metropolitan France.

Under this warranty and subject to the exclusions listed, LEET DESIGN will replace or repair the part(s) found to be defective. The guarantee also includes the costs of labour and travel generated by the repair on site or in the factory.

LEET DESIGN intervenes after analysis of the technical file and within twenty working days following the request for intervention.

LEET DESIGN undertakes to carry out repairs on site, provided that technical conditions allow this. If the breakdown requires a return to the factory or an additional intervention, this return to the factory or this additional intervention will take place within 5 working days following the first intervention. This period may be extended by the manufacturing time for specific and/or customised components.

The guarantee is limited to the repair of Arche products, so that LEET DESIGN is released from any responsibility for any direct or indirect damage, whatever its nature, caused by the malfunctioning of the guaranteed product. LEET DESIGN is also released from any responsibility in case of damages related to the use of the product.

The contractual warranty is excluded in all the following cases:

  • Normal wear and tear of the products ;
  • Use of the products that does not comply with the instructions for use and/or is not suitable for their intended purpose;
  • Shock damage;
  • A modification of the products by a third party;
  • Dismantling of products without using a LEET DESIGN service.
  • Negligence or failure to store, transport or maintain the products
  • An external cause and/or circumstances qualified as force majeure as defined in Article 15 hereof.

The guarantee is also excluded if the intervention requires exceptional means in case of inaccessibility to the product.

Article 9 - LIABILITY

The liability of LEET DESIGN can only be engaged in case of proven fault or negligence and is limited to direct damage to the exclusion of any indirect damage of any kind.

Moreover, LEET DESIGN cannot be held responsible in the following cases:

  • following a failure or deficiency of a product or service whose supply or delivery is not the responsibility of the company or its possible subcontractors;
  • for facts and/or data that do not fall within the scope of the services, and/or which are not an extension of it;
  • in case of use of the service, for an object or in a context different from that in which it was used, erroneous implementation of the recommendations or failure to take into account the reservations of LEET DESIGN.

LEET DESIGN is not liable for its insurers or for indirect damages, for loss of profit or loss of opportunity or expected profits, or for the financial consequences of any actions brought by third parties against the Customer.

Article 10 - RIGHT TO IMAGE

The placing of the order implies the Customer's acceptance of the use of its references in the context of LEET DESIGN's commercial communication.

Article 11 - PERSONAL DATA

The Client is informed that, in the context of the management of operations relating to the contractual relationship with its clients, personal data are processed by LEET DESIGN as the data controller. In accordance with the French Data Protection Act and the rules applicable since 25 May 2018 in application of the European General Data Protection Regulation, the data concerned are kept by LEET DESIGN for the entire duration of the contractual relationship plus the legal limitation periods.

The Client benefits, under the conditions provided for by law, from a right of interrogation, access, rectification, a right to portability, to limit processing and to oppose for legitimate reasons, as well as the right to define directives relating to the fate of their data after their death. The latter may exercise their rights by contacting the company LEET DESIGN at the following e-mail address: In the event of a dispute, the Client may lodge a complaint with the CNIL (French Data Protection Authority), whose contact details can be found at the following address:

Article 12 - NO WAIVER

The fact that one of the parties does not take advantage of the application of any clause of the General Terms and Conditions shall not be interpreted as a waiver by that party of the rights that it derives for it from the said clause.

Article 13 - FORCE MAJEURE

Are considered as force majeure or fortuitous events, events beyond the control of the parties, which they could not reasonably be required to foresee, and which they could not reasonably avoid or overcome, insofar as their occurrence makes the performance of the obligations totally impossible.

Are notably assimilated to cases of force majeure or fortuitous events discharging the company LEET DESIGN from its obligations within the initially planned deadlines: strikes of all or part of the LEET DESIGN company's staff or of its usual carriers, fire, flood, war, production stoppages due to fortuitous breakdowns, impossibility to be supplied with raw materials, epidemics, thaw barriers, roadblocks, strike or disruption of EDF-GDF supply, or disruption of supply for a cause not attributable to the supplier, as well as any other cause of disruption of supply which would not be attributable to other suppliers.

In such circumstances, LEET DESIGN will inform the Client in writing, in particular by fax or e-mail, within 24 hours of the date of occurrence of the events, the contract between LEET DESIGN and the Client being then suspended by right without indemnity, as of the date of occurrence of the event.

If the event lasts more than thirty (30) days from the date of its occurrence, the contract concluded by LEET DESIGN and the Client may be terminated by the most diligent party, without either party being able to claim damages.

This termination will take effect on the date of first presentation of the registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt denouncing the said contract.


All images, photographs, illustrations and designs as well as texts and comments reproduced on the website are protected by copyright, trademark law and image rights worldwide.

The content published on the website is the full and complete property of Leet design. As such, only use for private purposes and in compliance with the provisions of the intellectual property code is authorised.

Any other use constitutes an infringement and is punishable under intellectual property law.
Total or partial reproduction of the website is strictly forbidden.


This Agreement is governed by French law.

In the event of a dispute, both parties will make every effort to find an amicable solution.

In the absence of an amicable solution, any dispute relating to the application, performance or interpretation of the Contract shall, by express agreement, be brought before the competent courts of Clermont-Ferrand.