According to art. 81 Reglamento (UE) 1215/2012, the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2012 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters, it entered into force on 10 January 2015.Esto is a real progress in trade relations between EU countries, whereby creditors who see their right recognized credit but implementation of it is to be effective in another state will not have to go to an expensive judicial recognition of the legal title in the country which should be carried out the execution of the already resuelto.A these effects, the regulation itself adopted two years ago confirmed the existence of certain differences in national rules on jurisdiction and recognition of judgments that were more difficult the proper functioning the internal market. Therefore notes that are essential, therefore, provisions by which the rules of conflict of jurisdiction in civil and commercial matters should be unified, and recognition and quick and simple execution of judgments given in a State guarantee is made miembro.1. The historical background of this regulation are in: a.- The September 27, 1968, the then Member States of the European Communities held, under Article 220, fourth indent, of the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community, the Brussels Convention on jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments in civil and comercial matters,subsequently amended by Conventions on accession of new members to the Convention ("Brussels Convention of 1968") states. b.- The September 16, 1988, the then Member States of the European Communities and certain EFTA States entered the Lugano Convention on Jurisdiction and the Enforcement oj Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters('Lugano Convention 1988'), parallel to the Brussels Convention of 1968. The 1988 Lugano Convention entered into force in Poland on 1 February 2000.c.- On 22 December 2000, the Council adopted Regulation (CE) nº 44/2001, which replaces the Brussels Convention of 1968 in the territories of the Member States to which the TFEU applies to all Member States except Dinamarca.d.- By Decision 2006/325/CE del Council,the Community concluded an agreement with Denmark on the implementation of Regulation (EC) No 44/2001 establishing Dinamarca.e.- The 1988 Lugano Convention was revised by the Convention on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and comercial matters, signed in Lugano October 2007 by the Community, Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland ("the Lugano Convention of 2007"). 2. Responsibilities for implementing the key resolucionesLa Regulation focuses on his art. 24 wherein the exclusive responsibility for enforcement of judgments, under which are collected, "have exclusive jurisdiction, regardless of domicile of the parties, the courts of the Member States listed below: 1) in matters relating to property rights and leases of real property, the courts of the member State where the property is situated. However, in respect of leases of immovable property concluded for temporary private use for a maximum period of six consecutive months, shall be equally competent courts of the Member State where the defendant is domiciled, provided that the tenant is a natural person and that the landlord and tenant are domiciled in the same Member State; 2) on validity, nullity or dissolution of companies and legal persons and on validity of decisions of their organs, the courts of the Member State in which the company or legal person is domiciled; to determine that seat, the court shall apply its rules of private international law; 3) concerning the validity of entries in public registers, the courts of the Member State in which the record is 4) in respect of registration or validity of patents, trademarks, designs or designs or other similar rights required to be deposited or registered, irrespective of whether the issue is raised by way of action or by way of exception, the courts of the State in which it has been requested, made or taken by the deposit or registration under the terms of an instrument of the Union or some internacional.Sin agreement subject to the jurisdiction of the European Patent Office under the European Patent Convention, signed in Munich on 5 October 1973, the courts of each Member State shall have exclusive jurisdiction in respect of registration or validity of any European patent granted for that State; 5) the enforcement of judgments, the courts of the Member State place of execution. "Thus the art. 36 recognizes that 'A judgment given in a Member State shall be recognized in other Member States without any special procedure "whereby the exequatur procedure and the requirement of a resolution that approves the resolution disappears otorgándose delivered direct validity to the UE.3 country. Recognition of the decision to run that requires the citizen from the day January 10, 2015 intends to apply this regulation is, firstly the recognition of the decision to run, under art. 37: "1. A party wishing to rely on a Member State a judgment given in another Member State must submit: a) a copy of the resolution, which meets the requirements to be considered authentic, and b) the certificate issued under the provisions of Article 53.2 . The court or authority before which a judgment given in another Member State may, if necessary, ask the party having invoked to submit, in accordance with Article 57, a translation or a transcript of the content of invoking certificate referred to in paragraph 1, letter b) of this Article. The court or authority may require a translation of resolution instead of translating the contents of the certificate if it can not continue its proceedings without it ".The only impeditiva limitation of enforcement is in the art. 38 which states that: "The court or authority before which a judgment given in another Member State may stay the proceedings, in whole or in part is invoked if: a) the judgment is challenged in the Member State of origin, b) a resolution in which it is declared that there are no grounds for refusing recognition under Article 45 or declaratory relief should be denied credit for any of these reasons is requested. "And secondly, in phase implementing Article applies. 42, which states: "1. For the purposes of execution in a Member State of a judgment given in another Member State, the applicant shall provide the competent enforcement authorities: a) a copy of the resolution, which meets the requirements to be considered authentic, and b) the certificate issued pursuant to Article 53, certifying that the judgment is enforceable and containing an extract of the resolution and, where appropriate, relevant information on the costs imposed on the method and calculation of interests.2. For the purposes of execution in a Member State of a judgment given in another Member State to order provisional or protective measure, the applicant shall provide the authorities of competentes.a execution) a copy of the resolution, which meets the requirements to be considered authentic; b) the certificate issued under Article 53, with a description of the measure, certifying that: i) the court has jurisdiction on the merits of the case, ii) the judgment is enforceable in the Member State origin, and c) if the measure was ordered without the defendant summoned to appear, the accreditation of the notification of the resolution.3 been made. Where appropriate, the competent executing authority may require the applicant to provide, in accordance with Article 57, a translation or transcription of the content of certificado.4. The competent executing authority may only require the applicant to submit a translation of the resolution if it can not continue its proceedings without it. "