§ 5712. Content of order determining appeal. (a) Dissents. Every order of the appellate division determining an appeal shall state whether one or more justices dissent from the determination. (b) Order of affirmance. Whenever the appellate division, although affirming a final or interlocutory judgment or order, reverses or modifies any findings of fact, or makes new findings of fact, its order shall comply with the requirements of subdivision (c). (c) Order of reversal or modification. Whenever the appellate division reverses or modifies or sets aside a determination and thereupon makes a determination, except when it reinstates a verdict, its order shall state whether its determination is upon the law, or upon the facts, or upon the law and the facts: 1. if the determination is stated to be upon the law alone, the order shall also state whether or not the findings of fact below have been affirmed; and 2. if the determination is stated to be upon the facts, or upon the law and the facts, the order shall also specify the findings of fact which are reversed or modified, and set forth any new findings of fact made by the appellate division with such particularity as was employed for the statement of the findings of fact in the court of original instance; except that the order need not specify the findings of fact which are reversed or modified nor set forth any new findings of fact if the appeal is either from a determination by the court without any statement of the findings of fact or from a judgment entered upon a general verdict without answers to interrogatories.