Fr. Let it be; be it so. A term used in several Law French phrases employed in English law, particularly as expressive of the will or assent of the sovereign in formal communications with parliament or with private suitors. Soit baile anz commons. Let it be delivered to the commons. The form of indorsement on a bill when sent to the house of commons. Dyer, 93a. Soit baile anx seigneurs. Let it be delivered to the lords. The form of indorsement bn a bill in parliament when sent to the house of lords. Hob. Ilia. Soit droit fait al partie. In English law. Let right be done to the party. A phrase written on a petition of right, and subscribed by the king. Soit fait oomme il est desire. Let it be as it is desired. The royal assent to private acts of parliament.