In The High Court Of Andhra Pradesh At Hyderabad (Appellate Side)
Memorandum of Civil Miscellaneous Petitions
[Under Section 22(7)][See Rule 42 of A.P.G.S.T. Rules, 1957]


Civil Miscellaneous Petition No.                                                                                    


Petition for review of the order of the High Court dated_________________________and passed in Civil Revision Petition No.      


1.       Number and date of the order of the High Court now sought to be reviewed.

2.       Date of communication of the order.

3.       Question of law decided by the High Court (here formulate the decision of the High Court concisely)

4.       Fresh facts which were not before the High Court when it passed the original order (state the facts without a narrative).

5.       Questions of law now raised etc.


                                                                                                                                                                        (Signed) Applicant(s)

(Signed) Authorised Representative, if any.




I/We ____________________________________________________ the applicant (s) do hereby declare that what is stated above is true to the best of my/our knowledge and belief.

Verified to day the ________________________day of ______________________20_______


                                                                                                                                                                               (Signed) Applicant(s)    
                                                                                                                                                    (Signed) Authorised Representative, if any.


1.The petition would be accompanied by a certified copy of the order of the High Court sought to be reviewed.

2.The petition should (if preferred by a dealer) be accompanied by a fee of Rs.100.

3.The petition should be written in English and should set forth concisely and under distinct heads the facts of the case, the findings arrived at by the Tribunal, and the questions of law, raised consecutively.  There should be no argument or narrative.