The advocate for the opposite party made submissions in Delhi High Court ( in re CM(M) 378/2009) during the course of arguements and spoke white lies on facts in clear/sharp contradiction with the facts stated on oath by his client in the court earlier in the same case. Based on his false submissions and without going through the records of the case, the court passed an order which it would not have otherwise passed had it not been misled/misrepresented by the advocate of my opposite party. Thus, the advocate succeedeed in his evil design in procuring a favourable order suiting him/his client by misleading/bluffing the court.
Whether an application lies to the Bar Council of Delhi by me for taking desciplinary action against the advocate under the Advocates Act, this being a case where advocate has committed professional misconduct in so far he has misled the court ( and thereby has failed in discharging his duty to the court as as an officer of the court it was his paramount duty towards the court to avoid any action that might mislead the court) and that he has not been fair to his opposite party (i.e. me) too in the case ?
In view of the Rule 4 of the Bar Council of India rules, does not this act of the advocate for the opposite party make him liable for professional misconduct/ an action under section 35 of the Advocates Act by the Bar Council of Delhi?
Against this order of the Delhi High Court, I went to Supreme Court too, but my SLP was dismissed in Limine. What other remedies do I have now ?