In a stop notice claimant who has relied upon seemingly correct lender information provided by an owner and/or general contractor is not required to provide proof of checking the county records (i.e., building permit and recorded deed of trust) in order to prove that when it served the preliminary 20-day notice on the wrong lender it held a good faith belief that the "reputed" construction lender was the actual construction lender.

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