He may never pay.
You may have to take him back to court to seek enforcement of your judgment.
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If you "won" your case then you should have a piece of paper called an Order which the judge would have signed and tells the landlord to pay your money back. File a Motion to Enforce Court Order and attach that previous Order. Call my office if you want a sample version of a Motion to Enforce Court Order- 561-367-3256
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