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Yes, you have an oral contract and you have proof of the pattern and practices over the last 3 years of payments and since there is no written contract, that would be what the court would go off of.
You need to file suit against him for breach of contract if you cannot get NJ to provide him the information directly. Your only recourse to get the money though if he is not paying would be to file a civil suit against him in the court in NJ to pursue your money.
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Yes, you would need to use a local attorney in NJ to sue him and you can find one at the same sites used by other attorneys, http://www.hg.org or http://www.lexmundi.com