From Teflpedia

A consequence (/ˈkɒnsəkwəns/) is the logical result of a condition that occurs if the condition is true, but does not occur if the condition is false.

In English, these are expressed using consequential clauses, which are dependent upon one or more conditional clauses.

Because there are three types of conditions (i.e. repeated conditions, real conditions and unreal conditions), there are three types of consequences; repeated consequences, real consequences and unreal consequences.