Very very simple answer
Ignore it, it is in the bankruptcy, so it is a matter that is going to be sorted by the Receiver and the Building Society.
Tis done and dusted, and YOU are worrying over nothing.
YOU ARE NOT LIABLE:
For the shortfall, that is now in the bankruptcy
Building Society Fees, that is now in the bankruptcy
Utilities, they are now in the bankruptcy
Council Tax, that is now in the bankruptcy
Admin Fees, they are now in the bankruptcy
Any other charges/Fees, whatever, they are in the bankruptcy
DO NOT EVEN THING ABOUT THE BUT TO LET AGAIN, THAT IS DONE AND DUSTED, YOU NEED TAKE ABSOLUTELY NO ACTION, AND YOU HAVE NO INTERACTION WITH THE PROCESS AT ALL NOW.
IGNORE IT, LET IT GO AWAY
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