ad perpetuam rei memoriam (ad p<<schwa>>r-pech-oo-<<schwa>>m ree-I
m<<schwa>>-mor-ee-<<schwa>>m). [Latin] Hist. For a perpetual record of the matter.
“By the statute 1685, a register-book is appointed to be kept, in which entails are to be
recorded, with the name of the maker, the heirs, the provisions and conditions of the entail, ‘all to
remain in the said register ad perpetuam rei memoriam.’ ” John Trayner, Trayner’s Latin Maxims
29–30 (4th ed. 1894). [Blacks Law 8th]