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Ultimately this is a contractual claim. If the contract has not been fulfilled as agreed by either party it amounts to a breach of contract which essentially makes the said contract void. When this happens both parties should be able to return to the position they were in prior to the agreement.This is the general consensus but contract law isn’t always as black and white as this. Essentially if there is a dispute which cannot be resolved, it will have to be for the court to decide. To do this, you should commence legal proceedings against him for recovery of the sums you feel is owed to you. Due to the value you can do this online via the money claims online website located here https://www.moneyclaim.gov.uk/web/mcol/welcome
This must be a method of last resort and the courts prefer if steps are taken to try and resolve matters before hand. But if it is not; and the situation reaches an impasse then you will have no choice but to seek recovery through court.
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