We need a bit more information on thisCustomer
In general, the discharge applies to pre-petition
debts. There is a possibility that some insurance and utilities from between the date of filing and the date of turnover to the Trustee
could have accrued. From a legal perspective, you received a benefit from those post-petition expenditures. However, I believe if this is the source, then they should be pro-rated daily to the date you vacated the premises.
Research those facts.
With these being primarily consumer debts, you also have the right to ask for "verification" of the debt. The best way to do this is to ask the County to specifically state the date(s) for which they are trying to charge you for insurance and utilities.
If those billings turn out to be pre-petition, then you need to verify that they were included on your schedules. If pre-petition but not listed, then you would need to re-open your BK case to list them so they can be discharged.
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