In appeal, ABN AMRO requests, in summary, (A) to annul the order of the preliminary relief judge and (B) the authentic deed dated 3 July 2006 with reference to mortgage 220.127.116.119, to be certified as a European Enforcement Order. The court considers that the (original) loan for which a mortgage has been issued and which is laid down in an authentic (mortgage) deed has not been disputed. To that extent the provisions of Article 3 of the EEO Regulation are met. Furthermore, even after execution, the mortgage deed will retain its executive power for the remaining debt (ECLI: NL: HR: 2013: BY4889), if the existing claim has been described with sufficient certainty. The mortgage deed complies with this requirement. The nature and scope of the residual debt (€ 85.823,19) can be determined in a manner that can be binding on the debtor. This leads to the opinion that also for the residual debt there is a claim that has been acknowledged by authentic deed. The authentic (mortgage) deed is therefore suitable for certification as a European enforcement order. The request is granted.