I'm in the middle of developing an asp.net webforms application to a customer, i've been using DataAccess and BusinessLogic layers in a folder structure within my application, in which my DataAccess classes use ordinary SQL queries to access the data. Then for certain reasons, for the remaining part of the project, I've decided to go for the entity framework and create separate DataAccess and Business Logic layer projects to retrieve the data.
I've been planning to move the whole folder structure of the old DataAccess and Business Logic layer to the newly created layer projects and use entity framework instead.
But at this moment, my client has decided to terminate the project and he would like to get the source code. I'm confused about what to deliver to him, since I haven't still adjusted my code to use entity framework only, so I would describe my code at this moment as "messy".
Should I just give him the code this way ? Or should I move all the old folder structure to the newly created projects and use entity framework instead, knowing that this would take almost 3 or 4 work days, which i doubt my boss would accept. Is there an intermediate solution ?