Point and line loads are common load cases in slabs, however their effects on timber-concrete composite (TCC) slabs are not fully known. Hence, the importance of investigating the associated structural behaviour and developing technical design rules. For this purpose, an investigation including experimental tests and theoretical analyses was performed. Five composite real scale specimens were built, each one associated with a different parameter whose effect on the load distribution was intended to be analysed. Each specimen was subjected, at a time, to point and line loads over each beam at different locations. Numerical modelling showed good agreement with experimental results and give way to a parameter study. In general, the beam over which the load was applied received the highest share of load and the distribution for the remaining beams is significantly affected by the span.