Veeramma v. Appayya the erudite Justice Vishwanatha Sastri expounded the law relating to admission by counsel
"It was argued before me that this admission was due to a misapprehension of the law. On question of fact parties are bound by the admissions of their advocates, whether made in the course of the trial or in the appellate court, because an advocate's general powers in the conduct of a suit include the abandonment of an issue of fact, which in his discretion, he thinks it inadvisable to press. (Venkata v. Bashyakarlu5 and Ulichi Kotayya v. Nallamalli Sreeramula6) Such admissions cannot be resiled from merely on the ground that the party or his advocate was not posted with all the facts at the time.
2) advocate can make request to court on client behalf
3) HC has to uphold or set aside order passed by trial court