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Quebec Superior Court approves AMT class-action settlement

Montreal's commuter train service, the AMT, has settled out of court over 2009 service disruptions.
Montreal's commuter train service, the AMT, has settled out of court over 2009 service disruptions. Tim Sargeant/Global News

MONTREAL — The Quebec Superior Court has approved the out-0f-court settlement of a class action lawsuit against Montreal’s transport agency (AMT) for 2009 service disruptions.

The disruptions took place in January and February 2009 on the Deux-Montagnes and Dorion-Rigaud (now the Vaudreuil-Hudson) lines.

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Those who joined the class action suit can now make their claim by clicking here or by contacting the claims administrator at 1-877-739-8942.

Those who submit a valid claim can expect to receive between $29 and $49, depending on the number of claims.

The deadline to file a claim is Jan. 20, 2015.

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