By use of the Riemann functional equation, it can be shown (see corollary 10.5 of Montgomery-Vaughan) that

$$|\zeta(\sigma + it)| \asymp |t|^{\sigma-1/2}|\zeta(1-\sigma - it)|$$.

where $\zeta$ denotes the Riemann zeta function and $t\in \mathbb{R}$. My questions are :

1.) Is this result also true for all Dirichlet $L-$functions and also zeta functions that do not satisfy the Riemann Hypothesis (RH) ?

2.) Denote by $\rho$ a zero of $\zeta$. Since $\lim_{s \rightarrow \rho}\Big| \frac{\zeta(s)}{\zeta(1-s)}\Big|=1$, why shouldn't this result entail the RH for large enough $|t|$ ?

3.) Is there a result of the form

$$|\zeta(\sigma + it)| \geq c |\zeta(1-\sigma - it)|$$ for all $|t|\geq t_0$, where $c$ is a positive constant ?

**EDIT:** I've just learnt from corollary 10.10 of Montgomery -Vaughan that a similar result holds for all Dirichlet $L-$ functions. That is, one has

$$|L(s, \chi)|\asymp (qt)^{\sigma-1/2}| L(1-s, \chi)|$$ where $\sigma=Re(s), t=\Im(s)$ and $\chi$ is a primitive character modulo $q$.