SQL Date Comparison Issue

I have a date field in my database table called "DataValidationDue" . If the value in this table is past todays date I would like it to return a string that says "Overdue" . If the value is equal to or earlier than todays date, I would like SQL server to return a string saying "Pending" Can anyone suggest to me the correct syntax for this ? Any help would be most appreciated.
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SELECT CASE WHEN DataValidationDue < GETDATE() THEN 'Overdue' ELSE 'Pending' END FROM YourTable

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I think u need the vice versa i.e.use > instead of <
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