Of course, one of the most successful recent procedural reforms has been to establish the principle of expiration in the imposition of costs in the administrative contentious process, by Law 37/11. Until then, each party paid the costs caused in the process, which caused access to guardianship to be exercised in an abusive manner, crowding the courts with lawsuits that only sought, in many cases, a delay in the execution of an administrative act. , and causing administrations to act without thought in many cases when issuing their resolutions. After the reform, the party that sees all of its claims dismissed will be ordered to pay the costs of the other party. This causes that the administered ones think twice to appeal resolutions of the administration, and that this one, seriously reflects the acts that it is going to dictate. After two and a half years of the reform coming into force, I value its result very positively and, of course, it contributes to decongesting the contentious courts, which suffered a significant work overload. In the end, citizens will have higher quality in the provision of public services by administrations.