A petition of revocation can be filed by any citizen of the United States in the event that they feel that they or others have suffered as a result of any granted permission to an entity to act. There exists a wide variety of possibilities to file a petition of revocation, which range from Federal and governmental levels to civic and commercial levels. Due to the fact that expressed permission was granted, a petition of revocation of that expressed permission must be filed in order to eradicate the expressed permission in question.
For instance, in the event that a liquor store has been suspected of selling alcohol to minors, the police, local government, or concerned citizen(s) can choose to file a petition for the revocation of that particular establishment’s license to sell alcohol.
A petition of revocation can both be filed as a suit in and of itself, or it can be added onto to a preexisting sentence. In this example, the liquor store could be fined for its misconduct, or it could be both fined in tandem with the revocation of its license.