borrowed servant

borrowed servant

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • borrow — To solicit and receive from another any article of property, money or thing of value with the intention and promise to repay or return it or its equivalent. If the item borrowed is money, there normally exists an agreement to pay interest for its …   Black's law dictionary

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