Thanks for reporting these issues to us. I have researched them and here is what I found:
1) There is an extra line from the table at the top of the first page that appears just above the borrowers section.
That can be fixed by setting the 'borrowers' cell borders as none, and restoring the left red border for 'account no' afterwards.
2) The Date: text below the Signatures is indented incorrectly.
The cause of a problem is that 'Signature' and 'Date' text are in one line now, separated by a number of spaces. I suggest putting explicit line break between them as a workaround.
3) The DATA PROTECTION section is indented incorrectly and the text appears below the image rather than inline.
That is caused by the 'lock' image that is handled incorrectly during the conversion. I have logged that issue and will discuss with Aspose.Pdf team shortly if it could be corrected fast enough. Meanwhile, I recommend removing it from the template document temporarily to avoid formatting problems.
4) In the terms and conditions on page 2, the text in the bullet list in section 4.4 is indented incorrectly when compared to the text in the bullet lists in sections 6.1, 6.2.1, etc.
The cause of a problem is that formatting of the list items in section 4 and 6 are actually different. And while they are looking the same in Word, they display differently in PDF. I suggest setting the same paragraph formatting for the list items to work around the problem.
I agree that in theory the document layout should be converted one-to-one preserving the document appearance regardless of actual formatting settings behind the scenes. But due to complexity and heavy differences between word and pdf layout format it is hard to achieve exact conformity in conversion tool. We are trying to solve these problems as they arise.
I have attached the corrected document. We will try to correct these issues as soon as possible and inform you here in this thread after they will be solved.