No, they cannot, as long as you sold it at market value, as otherwise it could be construed as being deliberately selling an asset at undervalue. Details would have to be supplied about the transaction as any profits will be distributed to creditors. If it was deemed to have been sold for under market value, the insolvency service would probably try and recoup the difference from your sister.
For further details, see our page on bankruptcy and your home.
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