Terms and Conditions

Terms of website use and cookie policy – please read carefully before using this site

This terms of use (together with the documents referred to in it) tells you the terms of use on which the user (“You”) may make use of Holition Limited’s (“Our”) website at www.holition.com (Our Site), whether as a guest or a registered user.  

By using Our Site, you confirm that you accept these terms of use and our cookies policy that you agree to comply with them. Use of Our Site includes accessing, browsing, or registering to use Our Site. If you do not agree to these terms of use, you must not use Our Site.

Information about us

www.holition.com is a site operated by Holition Limited (“We”). We are registered in England and Wales under company number 06513442 and have our registered office at Thavies Inn House 3-4, Holborn Circus, London, EC1N 2PL.The name “Holition” and “H” device are registered trade marks owned by Holition.

Changes to our site and site access

We may update Our Site from time to time and may change the content at any time. We do not guarantee that the content is valid, accurate or up to date and we are not obliged to update it.

Our Site is made available free of charge. We do not guarantee that Our Site, or any content on it, will always be available or be uninterrupted and we may suspend, withdraw, discontinue or change all or any part of Our Site without notice. We do not guarantee that Our Site will be secure or free from bugs or viruses.

You must not misuse Our Site by knowingly introducing viruses, trojans, worms, logic bombs or other material which is malicious or technologically harmful. You must not attempt to gain unauthorised access to Our Site, the server on which Our Site is stored or any server, computer or database connected to Our Site. You must not attack Our Site via a denial-of-service attack or a distributed denial-of service attack. By breaching this provision, you may commit a criminal offence and we will report any such breach to the relevant law enforcement authorities and we will co-operate with those authorities by disclosing your identity to them.

Intellecture property right

We are the owner or the licensee of all intellectual property rights in Our Site, and in the material published on it.  Those works are protected by copyright laws and treaties around the world. All such rights are reserved. Our status (and that of any identified contributors) as the authors of content on Our Site must always be acknowledged.

You must not use any part of the content on Our Site for commercial purposes without obtaining a licence to do so from us or our licensors.

Limitation of our liability

We are not liable to you if for any reason Our Site is unavailable for any period or for your use of or reliance on the content displayed on Our Site. To the fullest extent permitted by law, we exclude all conditions, warranties, representations or other terms which may apply to Our Site or any content on it, whether express or implied. We will not be liable to you for any loss or damage, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, even if foreseeable, arising under or in connection with loss of profits, sales, business, or revenue, business interruption, loss of business opportunity, goodwill or reputation, or any indirect or consequential loss or damage.

We will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by a virus, distributed denial-of-service attack, or other technologically harmful material that may infect your computer equipment, computer programs, data or other proprietary material due to your use of Our Site or to your downloading of any content on it, or on any website linked to it.

We do not endorse any websites linked on Our Site and assume no responsibility for the content of them.

Applicable law

These terms are governed by English law and English Courts will have exclusive jurisdiction.


Cookie policy

Consent to receive cookies

Cookies are small data files that most website operators place on the browser or hard drive of their user's computer. Cookies may gather information about the user's use of the website or enable the website to recognise the user as an existing customer when he returns to the website at a later date. More recently, cookies have also been used to collect information about the user which allows the website operator or a third party to create a profile of the user, his preferences and his interests for the purpose of serving the user with targeted, interest-based advertising.

Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default, but users can change those settings to block some or all cookies.

It has long been the opinion of the Information Commissioner that cookies can be classified as storing personal data, at least where the information collected might later be combined with other personal information the website operator or a third party holds about the user (for example, information the user has provided when first registering on the website or when purchasing goods or services). The collection and use of cookies therefore always had to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998.

Under the 2003 Regulations as originally drafted, the user also had to be given the opportunity to refuse the storage of, or access to, such cookies. However, following the coming into force of the 2011 Regulations, website operators must now obtain the users' consent to the use of cookies (Regulation 6(2)(b), 2003 Regulations as revised by the 2011 Regulations).

The 2011 Regulations do not include any detailed provisions on how user consent should be obtained. However, the Information Commissioner has issued guidance on the practical steps providers can take to comply with the new obligations. For more information about ways to obtain user consent, see Practice note, Complying with the new cookie regime: practical steps (www.practicallaw.com/0-517-0695).

The ICO's guidance specifically permits the use of so-called "implied consent" solutions, provided that the website operator provides clear information to the user, which of the user's actions (for example, continuing to browse the site) will be deemed to constitute his consent to the operator's use of cookies. However, website operators should note that the use of implied consent is controversial in other member states, whose legal requirements may not be satisfied through these solutions.

If a user accepts cookies from the site, it might makes sense for the website operator to store that preference (for example, by setting a "cookie acceptance" cookie on the user's browser or hard drive) to avoid the need to obtain consent again when the user next visits the site. The 2003 Regulations allow website operators to make the user's access to certain web pages dependent on his acceptance of cookies. As a matter of good practice, the user should be informed, however, that restrictions on his use of the website apply if he decides to reject cookies.


Hide Note

A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that we store on your browser or the hard drive of your computer. Cookies contain information that is transferred to your computer's hard drive. We use Strictly necessary cookies required for the operation of our website and Analytical/performance cookies which allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors to Our Site and help us to improve the way Our Site works. If you do not wish to receive these cookies you can alter your browser settings but this may effect the functionality of Our Website. All cookies will expire after 6 months.


List of cookies on our website

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