Hi, thank you for your question. Initially I would suggest that you write him a formal letter requesting settlement of the debt by a certain date, and state that if it is not settled after this time you will be pursuing a claim to court. If you do decide to pursue the matter to court, this will be as a small money claim and you can submit an application here: https://www.gov.uk/make-money-claim-online
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In that case your only option would be to pursue a court claim against him to recover the money. You can submit an application here: https://www.gov.uk/make-money-claim-online and this will be allocated to a court and he will be served with the claim and an opportunity to defend it. If he does not respond to the claim you can apply for an automatic order. If he defends it then it will be listed for a hearing.