'Until' itself conveys a negative sense. Above sentence is incorrect because 'not' is used.
The correct sentence should be: Until you apologize
you will not be permitted to go outside.
These are “double negative” type of errors.
Similarly, do not use 'Not'
with the following words:
|Unless, Until, Least, Forbid, Prevent, Prohibit, Refuse, Deny, Dissuade|
It is incorrect to say, “Unless you do not work hard, you will not succeed.”
Just say “Unless
you work hard, you will not succeed.”
Let's take another example, “He forbid
me not to walk in the sun.”
The correct construction would be, “He forbade
me to walk in the sun.”