This website is provided as a service to members of the Justice of the Peace Association LLC (www.JPus.org), our friends, partners and other marriage officiants.
The information on this website is the opinion of the Justice of the Peace Association. It is posted for educational and informational purposes. It is not intended as a substitute for individualized consulting advice. While the information on this website has been verified to the best of our ability, JPus expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions. This disclaimer includes all implied warranties of merchantability and fitness. In no event shall JPus be liable for any damages, including special, indirect, or consequential damages, resulting from loss of use, data, or profits, in connection with the use or performance of any information posted on this site. In addition, we further disclaim liability for the actions or errors of third parties, including links provided to other websites, social media platforms, advertisers or any other third-party content.
Users of findaJP.com and JPus.org may not use our services to engage in or facilitate hateful activities, whether online or offline. We define hateful activities as those that incite or engage in violence, intimidation, harassment, threats, or defamation targeting an individual or group based on their actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, immigration status, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability.
Members of the Justice of the Peace Association agree to abide by our Code of Ethics. Acts of discrimination by omission or commission toward any individual or group based on their actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, immigration status, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability constitute a violation of the Code of Ethics. Other infractions of the Standards of Conduct, as outlined in the Code of Ethics, are also considered a violation of the organization’s Acceptable Use policy.
Violations to the Acceptable Use policy (above), including the Code of Ethics, will be monitored using a combination of technology, staffing, user flagging and responses to flaggers. The Justice of the Peace Association reserves the right to refuse, cancel or suspend a membership based on a violation. An established protocol will be followed to support enforcement. The organization’s managing member maintains ultimate authority to address hateful activity and violations to the Code of Ethics. The organization will maintain a record of such violations.
Right of Appeal
If an individual is denied services, including membership to the Justice of the Peace Association, they are entitled to an explanation. They may appeal the decision in writing.
Cancelations and Refunds
We always strive to exceed expectations. Accordingly, if you are unhappy with your JPus membership we hope that you will send us a note so we can make it right. If after consideration you decide that a membership with JPus is not for you, please see the following:
- All requests for membership cancelations or refunds must be received in writing (email or snail mail) within 14 days for a full refund. Cancelations received between 15-30 days will receive a prorated refund. Cancelations received after 30 days will not be eligible for a refund.
- Membership refunds will be credited back to the original payment form.
- Refund requests must include a reason for the cancelation.
- Bank processing and/or shipping/handling charges will not be refunded.
- If JPus initiates a membership cancelation, a refund will be prorated and any outstanding fees (bank, shipping/handling, legal or other charges) excluded.
- Code of Ethics All members of the Justice of the Peace Association agree to abide by these standards
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If you are a marriage officiant who will abide by our Code of Ethics, you may join the Justice of the Peace Association.