Section 150 Procedure of Court in case of question being asked without reasonable grounds.
If the Court is of opinion that any such question was asked without reasonable grounds, it may, if it was asked by any barrister, pleader, vakil or attorney, report the circumstances of the case to the High Court or other authority to which such barrister, pleader, vakil or attorney is subject in the exercise of his profession.
- This section allows the court to take a serious action against the advocate by reporting to the High Cort or the Bar Council of the state where the advocate enrolled his name.
- Asking questions without reasonable grounds is considered as:
- Professional misconduct
- Contempt of Court