The Graduation Thesis is based on the analysis of judicial procedures for real property evidencing at the territory of SMA regional office Slovenj Gradec. At the beginning there is a short theoretical introduction, which presents the legislation of real property recording under judicial procedure. We have analyzed a number of changes in the land cadastre database based on judicial procedures by years. We have discovered that there were only a few evidenced cases from year 1923 to the 1970s, but then the number increases constantly with a few drops and reaches maximum in year 2010. In the first part we also focus on the analysis of duration of judicial procedures based on documentation of the archives in which we discover that judicial procedures in average take approximately three months. In the second part we performed statistic analysis, of a correlation between the number of judicial cadastral points (in second part between the number of judicial procedures) and land use for each cadastral community at the territory of SMA office Slovenj Gradec. The results of regression analysis and Student t-test show that we cannot conclude that there exists correlation between the number of judicial cadastral points and share of building area, fields and forest. In the case of the number of judicial procedures in correlation with land use we can conclude that there is a weak correlation with building area. In the last part we have presented judicial clarification of boundary based on selected cases analyses- we presented selected cases based on the duration and contents.