My real name seems to be very common in the US. I am UK based.
I quite often get private emails not intended for me to my personal gmail account. They're not spam or phishing attempts. These have included a draft divorce settlement, a police report, sea cadet timetables, bill invoices, a job offer, to name but a few. They're not all for the same person either.
This evening I received some US person's "Trustee's Final Report filed by the Chapter 13 Trustee" from their bankruptcy lawyer. I have not read it. The law firm checks out on Google.
The legal blurb at the bottom of the email says I must notify the sender if I received it in error. Must I? Am I risking a headache if I follow the command; or should I delete the email and pretend it never happened? I'm in the UK which still falls under GDPR rules; do I have obligations under that?