Although it has little real purpose for a borrower in bankruptcy, I've never seen any ruling on it and since it is more a resource and counselling availability notice I would be inclined to send it to the debtors attorney with a cover letter indicating the bank is aware of the proceedings but has an obligation to notify the debtor about these options available to them. Bank counsel may best word it, as Dan noted, but hopefully you'd only pay for that wording once.
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