Answer ... The regular (state) court will dismiss a claim if it is submitted despite the existence of a valid arbitration agreement.
Answer ... If there is a valid arbitration agreement between the parties, the regular (state) court must dismiss the claim if it is lodged contrary to the arbitration agreement. However, the regular (state) courts may provide assistance in a pending arbitration proceeding and may, for example, order preliminary evidence, interim or protective measures or the provision of security in a separate action.