General terms of sale Leros.Online

contracts on the website and


hereinafter referred to as the “supplier”


customers referred to in § 2 of the contract
hereinafter referred to as “customer”

Scope, definitions
The following general conditions of sale, in their version in force at the time of the order, apply exclusively to the commercial relationship between the supplier of the online shop (hereafter “supplier”) and the customer (hereafter “customer”). The customer’s differing conditions are not recognized unless the supplier expressly approves their validity.
The consumer shall designate any natural person who enters into a legal transaction for a purpose not attributable to his or her independent business or professional activities. On the other hand, the entrepreneur is a natural or legal person, or a legally empowered partnership, who acts in the exercise of his commercial or independent professional activity when concluding his legal transactions. A legally empowered partnership is a partnership that possesses the capacity to acquire rights and to contract obligations
Conclusion of contract, confirmations and mandatory information
On the website, the Supplier offers items (clothes and gifts)  (hereafter “products”).
The customer can choose products in the supplier’s range and can put them in his basket using the “add to cart” button. By clicking on the “send order” button, it validates a mandatory purchase requisition for the goods contained in the cart. Before sending the order, the customer can modify and visualize the data at any time.
The supplier will immediately review the transmitted order information. After this verification, the contract enters into force by the delivery of the Declaration of acceptance by the supplier, sent by e-mail to the e-mail address indicated by the customer and in which are specified the customer’s order and any other content of the contract concluded. The customer can print this declaration using the “print” function. This email also confirms the receipt of the order.
If the customer chooses the PayPal payment option, the supplier will transmit the order information to the payment service provider (PayPal (Europe) S. à r.l. et Cie, S.C.A. in Luxembourg), which will proceed to an audit. The payment service provider then collects on behalf of the supplier the amount to be paid, communicates the order data and informs the supplier about the payment made. After this verification, the contract enters into force by the delivery of the Declaration of acceptance by the supplier, sent by e-mail to the e-mail address indicated by the customer and in which are specified the customer’s order and any other content of the contract concluded. The customer can print this declaration using the “print” function. This email also confirms the receipt of the order.
As soon as the supplier receives the payment amount after the conclusion of the contract, he sends the customer a confirmation email. In addition, the supplier informs the customer by email as soon as he delivers the ordered merchandise to the shipping service provider.
Delivery, availability of goods
If the customer orders a designated object according to its category, in particular with regard to nature, colour, weight, dimensions or design, the supplier will deliver an item of the same type and quality
If at the time of ordering, no copy of the product chosen by the customer is available, the supplier shall immediately inform the latter in the order confirmation. If the product is unavailable for an indefinite period, the supplier does not send a declaration of acceptance. In this case, no contract will enter into force.
If the product designated by the customer in the order is temporarily unavailable, the supplier shall immediately indicate this to the customer in the order confirmation. In case of delayed delivery, the customer is entitled to terminate the contract.
The consignment is made after the payment is cashed and at the end of the production. The customer may apply a higher priority to his order by means of an additional (express delivery). In the latter case, the processing is done in priority on the same day as compared to the other orders received.
Unless otherwise indicated during the ordering process, the delivery time usually amounts to 5-10 working days, of which 3-4 working days are reserved for the production and/or printing of textiles. The remaining 2-6 working days are allocated to the expected postal deadlines. For orders of 10 to 49 items, delivery times are 5-7 working days. For orders exceeding 50 items, delivery times are 14 working days. The supplier wishes to clarify that the delivery of goods is ensured by post; Therefore, it has no influence on delivery times.
Retention of title
Until full payment, the delivered goods remain the property of the supplier. In addition, if the customer is a merchant, paragraphs 2 to 5 below also apply.
Until the execution of all receivables (including all account balances) present or future of the supplier with respect to the customer, the delivered merchandise remains the property of the supplier. In the event of a contractual breach by the customer, in particular if he is late in his payments, the supplier is entitled to take back the goods subject to the reservation, after leaving the customer a reasonable time to fulfil his obligations. Any resumption of the merchandise subject by the supplier constitutes a termination of the contract. The transport costs necessary for such a recovery are borne by the customer. The contract shall also be deemed terminated if the supplier enters the goods subject to reservation. The subject merchandise taken over by the supplier may be re-sold or reused.
The customer must treat the goods subject to the utmost care. It must insure it at its own expense against any damage due to theft, fire and water, for a sufficient amount corresponding to its value in the new condition.
In case of seizure of the goods subject to third parties or other interventions by third parties, the customer must indicate the ownership of the supplier and must immediately inform the supplier in writing, so that he can exercise his property rights. To the extent that the third party is unable to repay the related judicial or extrajudicial costs, the client will assume the responsibility.
If the customer so requires, the supplier is obliged to release the security rights to him, insofar as their realisable value exceeds the value of the receivables owed by the customer of more than 10
Shipping restrictions, prices and shipping costs
Deliveries are made exclusively in the following countries in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Czech Republic, Hungary, Turkey, Canada, Australia and United States of America.
A delivery restriction applies to all other countries, i.e. the supplier does not deliver the merchandise. In the event of a delivery restriction for his domicile, if the customer wishes to enter into a contract of sale with the supplier, he is obliged to withdraw the goods at the supplier’s seat.
The prices charged are those in force at the time of ordering. All price indications include the legal VAT in force respectively. If this is a limited offer, the supplier will indicate the length of time on the online shop.
For orders for goods which must be dispatched to Germany, Austria, France, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, VAT shall be fixed by the competent authority in the country of destination. The supplier shall then indicate the prices including VAT in force in the country of destination. For a delivery in the other EU countries, VAT is the one fixed by the French tax authorities. The supplier shall therefore indicate the respective VAT applicable to the French Republic.
Since the customs fees cannot be calculated reasonably in advance, the customer is informed that this is by nature an order subject to customs duties. In accordance with the customs laws, the customer is obliged to carry out or directly make the proper customs clearance of the goods after the crossing of the border in the country of destination.
The corresponding shipping costs are indicated to the customer in the order form and must be borne by the latter. For deliveries to metropolitan France and Corsica, a postage and packing package amounting to EUR 3.99 per order is applied, irrespective of the number of packages or the size and weight of the consignment.
Shipping costs for overseas deliveries are calculated according to the current shipping fee table, available at  :
The shipment of the goods is by post. When the customer is a consumer, the risk associated with the shipment is assumed by the supplier.
Terms of payment
If the client’s domicile and/or seat is located within the country, the customer may make the payment by
Credit card
Customers located abroad have the possibility to pay by
Credit card
Payment of the purchase price is payable immediately upon conclusion of the contract. On the other hand, if the customer chooses the method of payment by PayPal, he can proceed to the payment when placing his order. If the payment deadline is set according to the calendar, the customer will be delayed in payment as soon as this date is exceeded. In this case, the supplier shall be paid late penalties of 5 percentage points above the basic interest rate.
The supplier’s bank details are as follows:
The customer’s obligation to pay late interest does not preclude the application of other late penalties by the supplier.
Warranty of material defects, warranty
The supplier is responsible for material defects, in accordance with the legal provisions in force, in particular § § 434 and following of the French civil code. On the other hand, the guarantee period for contractors is 12 months for the new goods delivered by the supplier. In accordance with the following § 8 (liability), the rights to damages are excluded from this shortening of the warranty period.
An additional guarantee is valid for goods delivered by the supplier only if it has been expressly formulated in the order confirmation of the respective articles.
Any claim by the customer for damages is excluded, except for claims for damages by the client arising from an invasion of life, physical integrity or health or breach of contractual obligations (called major obligations), as well as liability for other damages arising from an intentional breach or gross negligence of the supplier, its legal representatives or its executing agencies. The essential contractual obligations are those whose execution is necessary for the fulfilment of the objective of the contract. In this case, for example, it concerns the delivery of a defect-free merchandise.
In the event of breach of the essential obligations of the contract, the liability of the supplier is only incurred for the foreseeable damages specific to the contract, when these are the consequence of mere negligence, unless it is the client’s claim for damages arising from an invasion of life, physical integrity or health.
The restrictions of paragraphs 1 and 2 shall also apply to the legal representatives and executing agencies of the supplier, where claims are made directly against them.
The provisions of the French law on product liability remain unchanged.
Right of withdrawal for remote sales contracts
In the case of a distance selling contract, § 10 below (information on the revocation conditions for goods) applies if the customer is a consumer.
Distance selling contracts are contracts for which the contractor or a person acting on his behalf or on his orders and the consumer exclusively use means of distance communication for the negotiations and the conclusion of the contract, unless the conclusion of the contract is not carried out as part of a distribution or service delivery system designed for distance selling.
Information on revocation conditions for goods
Right of withdrawal
In the case of a distance selling contract, § 10 below (information on the revocation conditions for goods) applies if the customer is a consumer.
Consequences of revocation
If you revoke this agreement, we must reimburse you immediately and at the latest within fourteen days from the date on which the notification of your revocation of this agreement has been received, all payments that we have received from you, including shipping costs (except for additional charges resulting from the fact that you have chosen a different type of delivery than the cheapest standard delivery we offer). For this refund, we use the same currency that you used in the original transaction, unless other provisions are expressly agreed with you; no additional fees will be charged due to this refund. We may refuse reimbursement until we have recovered the goods or until you have provided us with proof that you have returned the goods (whichever date is the closest).
You must send us back or return the goods immediately and in any case no later than fourteen days from the date you notified us of your revocation of this agreement. The deadline is met if you send the goods before the expiry of the fourteen-day deadline. We take care of the return costs of the goods. You must take charge of any loss of value of the goods when this loss of value is attributable to manipulations other than those necessary to ensure the nature, quality and proper functioning of the goods.
Exclusion of the right of withdrawal
In the following cases, you may not revoke your contract:
for contracts relating to the delivery of goods (e.g. t-shirts) that are not manufactured in advance and whose manufacture necessitated an individual selection or definition of your part or
for contracts unquestionably designed according to your personal requirements (e.g. t-shirts with personalized texts or motifs).
Copyright in printing grounds, exemption from liability
All the reasons for the products of Dodeca. online are protected by the French, European and worldwide copyright in the INPI in France under the number 0353 dated February 2, 2018
Final provisions
The law of the French Republic applies to contracts concluded between the supplier and the customer, excluding the United Nations Convention on contracts for the international sale of goods.
To the extent that the customer is a trader, a legal person under public law or a special public law Fund, the competent court for any dispute relating to the contractual relationship between the customer and the supplier is the seat of the supplier.
The contract is also obligatory in case of legal invalidity of some of its clauses. The legal provisions, if any, will replace the said invalid clauses. However, to the extent that this is an unacceptable difficulty for one of the Contracting Parties, the contract will become invalid in its entirety.