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Thanks for your patience and enquiry. I am sorry to hear of what has happened. This must all be very distressing for you.You will have to bring a legal action against him to get your money back.
To bring a cLaim the law requires for you to first write to him what is called a letter before action. In the letter you should set out your intention to claim, why you are doing so and the amount being claimed. Also in the letter you should set out a timeframe within which he has to amicably resolve the matter, usually 14 days.
If he fails to repay within the timeframe, you may issue proceedings against him. You may commence proceedings via the below link
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