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doctrine

a creed or body of teachings of a religious, political, or philosophical group presented for acceptance or belief; dogma
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There are a number of other deviations that have been disapproved, including proposed MTAs that include numerous changes and additions to MEDCOM Model MTA Format 2, even though the many changes and additions had no apparent impact on the borrowed servant doctrine.
Editorial covers a range of issues in all 50 states, including: attorneys fees; borrowed servant doctrine; cost and expenses; dual capacity doctrine; equitable subrogation; intentional acts; reduction statutes; necessity of intervention; subrogation rights; who qualifies as a third party; waivers; and, subrogating in medical or legal malpractice cases.
The borrowed servant doctrine developed under the premise that "[a] servant directed or permitted by his master to perform services for another may become the servant of such other in performing the services.