ad           perpetuam           remanentiam           (ad           p<<schwa>>r-pech-oo-<<schwa>>m

rem-<<schwa>>-nen-shee-<<schwa>>m).  [Law Latin]  Hist.  To  remain  forever.  • When  a  vassal

surrendered the right of property to the superior ad perpetuam remanentiam, the surrender was in

favor of the superior, as distinguished from a transfer in favorem, in which the vassal transferred

the property to the superior to be regranted in favor of a purchaser. [Blacks Law 8th]