If the property was a rental, and the bankruptcy trustee
abandoned it back to you at the close of your bankruptcy (which occurs automatically, if the trustee fails to liquidate the property in Chapter 7
), then it's your property and you can treat it the same as you would any other property for tax purposes.
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