ad firmam

/aed farmam/ To farm. Derived from an old Saxon word denoting rent.
Ad firmam noctis was a fine or penalty equal in amount to the estimated cost of entertaining the king for one night.
Ad feodi firmam, to fee farm

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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