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Does he have any money?
What is the total amount that you paid?
You could always sued him at the small claims court. It is a sum that would not be that expensive to recover.
You do need to give him warning of your intentions though. A letter giving him 28 days to pay in full or make arrangements to pay and in default you will sue would be perfect.
You can issue thereafter here
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