Alter ego principle

A doctrine whereby the mental state of the directors ( www.practicallaw.com/A34876) and officers who control and determine the management of the company can be attributed to the company, such as to render the company (and not ordinarily the directors and officers) liable in law in respect of the actions undertaken by its human controllers.

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