A real estate company that offers lease-to-own homes has asked a judge to let it out of contract with a local law student whose resume includes arguing and winning a pro se suit against the city of Atlanta at the Georgia Supreme Court.

In a suit filed last month, San Francisco-based Divvy Homes claims it was misled by Matthew Cardinale, a housing advocate and publisher of online news webpage Atlanta Progressive News, who asked Divvy to makes multiple repairs to the northwest Atlanta house he bought in February.

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