out·stand·ing adj
1: not paid
had several outstanding debts
2: publicly issued and sold
a million shares outstanding

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

I (prominent) adjective august, celebrated, chief, consequential, conspicuous, distinctive, distinguished, elevated, eminent, especial, esteemed, exalted, excellent, excelling, exceptional, eximious, extraordinary, famed, famous, far-famed, foremost, great, honorable, honored, illustrious, important, imposing, impressive, incomparable, influential, known, luminous, lustrous, majestic, marked, memorable, nonpareil, notable, noted, noteworthy, paramount, peerless, preeminent, prestigious, princely, principal, ranking, recognized, remarkable, renowned reputable, respected, revered, royal, salient, significant special, starring, sublime, substantial, supereminent, superior, superlative, supreme, transcendent, unforgettable, unparalleled, venerable II (unpaid) adjective delinquent, due, in arrears, overdue, owing, past due, payable, surviving, uncollected, ungathered, unliquidated, unrecompensed, unrequited, unsatisfied, unsettled III (unresolved) adjective in suspense, incomplete, indefinite, irresolved, open, pending, unadjusted, unascertained, unconcluded, undecided, undetermined, unfinished, unsettled IV index best, blatant (conspicuous), critical (crucial), delinquent (overdue), due (owed), extraordinary, famous, flagrant, important (significant), infrequent, leading (ranking first), major, master, momentous, notable, noteworthy, open (in sight), overdue, particular (specific), past due, payable, portentous (eliciting amazement), preferential, principal, prominent, receivable, remarkable, renowned, residuary, salient, special, stellar, uncommon, unpaid, unsettled, unusual

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

Undone; remaining to be done or paid.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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