Appeal letters are written to make appeal against an unfair treatment or a decision or judgment that you think has gone against you, to a higher authority that has to rectify the situation in your favor. The letter should follow all the conventions of a business letter’s format.
The content should begin by introducing yourself and explain the reason of writing this letter. It is very important that the tone of letter should be objective. The beginning of the letter should be concise mainly highlighting the urgency of the matter.
Then the letter should narrate what happened with necessary facts that would legitimize your appeal. Just be sure to mention specific dates and if required time to give authenticity to your case. You can also use testimonials from neutral persons or witnesses to do the same. Use bulleted format for the main content to make it easy on the reader.
The last part should summarize the entire letter. You can reiterate a few specific points you want to emphasize. Conclude the letter by requesting him to be favorable to you, mention your contact details, mention your name and designation if necessary and undersign it.
Do not forget to recheck the content for any spelling or grammatical errors.