Would you please explain the grammar for (and the meaning of) the structure 'if + future tense' in the following two examples:
If she will not provide consent, then you should consider whether you are able to continue to act without placing you in breach of any of the mandatory Principles.
You would need to cease to act if client will not allow the document to be included on the list.
Based on what I was taught during my English lessons, a clause like 'if' will never have the future tense.
The examples do not follow what I was told. I encounter these structures very often, but I cannot explain the structure to myself and I am not sure whether I understand them correctly.