Clause 3 sets out the purpose of the Bill.
Clause 4 is the interpretation clause.
Clause 5 makes the Bill binding on the Crown.
Clause 6 provides for the extraterritorial application of the bill to New Zealand citizens or persons ordinarily resident in New Zealand who are agents of the New Zealand government, and to any person on board a New Zealand ship or aircraft.
Clause 7 provides for the development, production, acquisition, stockpiling, direct or indirect transfer, use, or military preparations for use, of uranium ammunition, armour, or weapons to be a criminal offence under New Zealand law, with a penalty of up to 10 years imprisonment or a fine of $500,000. It also provides for prosecutions to be carried out only with the consent of the Attorney-General.
Clause 8 provides for any uranium ammunition, armour, or weapon developed, produced, otherwise acquired, stockpiled, retained, or transferred in contravention of section 7 to be forfeit to the Crown, able to be seized without warrant, and disposed of as the Minister sees fit.