§ 5612. Presumptions as to determinations of questions of fact. (a) Appeal from reversal or modification. On an appeal from an order of the appellate division reversing, modifying or setting aside a determination and rendering a final or interlocutory determination, except when it reinstates a verdict, the court of appeals shall presume that questions of fact as to which no findings are made in the order or opinion of the appellate division were not considered by it, where such findings are required to be made by paragraph two of subdivision (b) of rule 5712. (b) Appeal on certified questions of law. On an appeal on certified questions of law, the court of appeals shall presume that questions of fact as to which no findings are made in the order granting permission to appeal or in the order appealed from or in the opinion of the appellate division were determined in favor of the party who is respondent in the court of appeals.