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Shouldn't the Cl- be placed beside the charged N+ ion when writing the structural formula of Benzenediazonium chloride?

With respect to the point of your question, both ion placements are acceptable for the specified form of the salt's structural formula. From section GR-7.2 Positioning of components [1, p. 383] (...
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Shouldn't the Cl- be placed beside the charged N+ ion when writing the structural formula of Benzenediazonium chloride?

You are right. But it is not always possible to print this formula with $\ce{Cl-}$ ion UNDER the diazo line. It depends on the programs available on your computer, specially if you replace the benzene ...
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How to draw the structural formula for 3-ethyl-5-methyl-3-heptene?

Sorry to say but the question is inappropriate! It is supposed to be 3-ethyl-5-methylhept-3-ene. Here's the solution:
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