(1) This section applies to bankruptcy debts owed in respect of credit provided by a person who (whether or not the bankrupt's spouse [or civil partner] at the time the credit was provided) was the bankrupt's spouse [or civil partner] at the commencement of the bankruptcy.
(2) Such debts—
(a) rank in priority after the . . . interest required to be paid in pursuance of section [328(4)], and
(b) are payable with interest at the rate specified in section 328(5) in respect of the period during which they have been outstanding since the commencement of the bankruptcy;
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