I need to find legal precedent in Canadian corporate law, where a non-profit, or similar company was run improperly, with mixed accounts by the founder and sole member/share-holder, such that a case can be made that the corporation was not a distinct entity and therefore part of the individual's entity or run as a sole proprietorship.
The Non-Profit was struck from the record 10 years ago. There were no salaries. The main account paid for various personal expenses, personal companies, and personally held private corporations.
Hope that makes sense.
I understand that the "corporate veil" ceases to apply when it comes to liability and other factors when an individual fails to keep a clear distinction between the company and the individual. I believe the argument I wish to present is should be based around this concept.
Of course I am open to all ideas, in short, I want to be able to claim the non-profit was in fact a sole proprietorship, and all agreements, assets, and liabilities are part of the founder's and sole members.
Please present your hourly rate with thoughts on this approach and how long you'd like to spend to find resources for this argument.