Power of Attorney can be issued only to an individual.
In High Court and Supreme Court only those power of attorney holders can plead the case whose power of attorney has been accepted by the Court.
Courts have a draft Power of Attorney which gives power to an Advocate in whose favor it has been issued to appoint any other Advocate to argue, etc. The client has no power to stop this.
Is this a GOOD PRACTICE OF THE COURT to draft such type of Power of Attorney which cuts the hands of the parties before it through the Advocates?