Once you have purchased a contract, you can use the downloaded copies, which will carry the watermarked address, for the purpose of exchanging contracts for that particular property. Only one copy of the contract needs to be purchased and can be printed as many times as required for that particular conveyance.
Any previous contract purchases will no longer be available in ECOS from early 2022. We recommend you download these if you wish to keep a record. Alternatively, email email@example.com by 30 June 2022 to have them sent to you.
The Law Society recommends that you move to the new edition as soon as possible. Note that the Contract for the Sale and Purchase of Land 2019 edition will be withdrawn from sale at the end of October 2022.
The 2022 Edition includes the changes made to some of the prescribed warning notices, and the cooling off notice, by the Conveyancing (Sale of Land) Regulation 2022, which commenced on 1 September 2022. Further information about the Regulation is available here.
either the revised form, or the pre-1 September 2022 form of the notices may be used in a contract which is exchanged/made from and including 1 September 2022 to 28 February 2023; and
The 2022 Edition is the result of a comprehensive review of the 2019 Edition, and includes a number of significant changes, including in relation to: eConveyancing, service and e-lodgment Subscribers, EFT payments, the First Home Buyer Choice Scheme, and execution (including facilitating electronic execution). For a detailed summary of the changes made see the Summary of main changes made in the Contract for the Sale and Purchase of Land 2022 Edition.
(July 15, 2022) The Chittenden County ECOS Partnership has released its 2021 Annual Report and online data scorecard. The report summarizes progress toward the goals set in the Chittenden County ECOS Plan, the combined Regional Plan, Metropolitan Transportation Plan and Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy for Chittenden County. The ECOS Plan includes 17 broad goals and 8 key strategies for achieving those goals. ECOS stands for Environment, Community, Opportunity, Sustainability.
Click here to access a set of training videos on how to build an ECOS file and use the basic features of ECOS. Simply watch the video of your choice, or complete the full training by downloading the supporting files provided here (count one full day).
Click here to access the ECOS Quick Start Reference Card, here to learn how to submit an ECOS proposal, and here to download a complete set of Quick Guidelines to help you to get to know your ECOS environment.
Planning Note (4/13/2022): The security requirements in SP 800-171 Revision 2 are available in multiple data formats. The PDF of SP 800-171 Revision 2 is the authoritative source of the CUI security requirements. If there are any discrepancies noted in the content between the CSV, XLSX, and the SP 800-171 PDF, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and refer to the PDF as the normative source.
National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) data can be accessed in several ways depending on your needs. To display and query wetlands data in your software application please use our Web Map Services. This will ensure you have the latest data and reduce data management overhead. If you need to conduct GIS analysis please reference the information below to download the data by watershed or by state. For downloads larger than a state, please contact the Wetlands Team to request a custom download.
Please note that NWI data is continuously being improved and new data is added on a biannual basis. Those updates are reflected on the Wetlands Mapper and in the data downloads in October and May of each year. To ensure that you have the most up to date information, please refer to the published date in the metadata, the location of new data on the Projects Mapper and download new data regularly.
Detailed documentation of the Cowardin Classification system can be found on our Wetland Code page. Here you can also download the NWI Code Definitions Table that provides users with the full wetland or deepwater habitat description within their own mapping application.
Wetlands data viewed on the Wetlands Mapper can be downloaded by HUC8 watershed or by State or U.S. Territory in either file Geodatabase or Shapefile (PDF) format. The Wetlands Mapper 'Get Data' button allows data to be downloaded by HUC8 watershed or by State. The State Downloads page allows data to be downloaded by state. 781b155fdc