In this diploma thesis land plot patterns according to Ilešič (1950) are presented. The main focus is on field distribution by “grude” and connected transient forms. Whole area of Slovenia was canvased for a matching land plot pattern and the corresponding settlements were selected. On the basis of existing description in Ilešič’s work, availability of data from Franziscean Land Cadaster, changes on settlement area and different spacial layout two
settlements, Ihan and Buje were chosen for closer analysis. Data from two different time periods were compared. We used data upon the occurrence of Franziscean Land cadaster, land
cadaster data and data of the actual use of agricultural and forest lands from Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food, and studied the parcel and property structure and land use changes. Comparative analysis show that changes in analyzed areas are due to agricultural land consolidation, overgrowing of meadows and expansion of building land on agricultural land. Property structure is fragmented both within time of Franziscean Land Cadastre and today.