well, yes, i think i would have said cut the burned parts off...
take a look at the inside of the stems you took off - if they look salvagable at all, pop the stems in another pot of soil, they may just root! it's trim off from the top and get the most severely affected parts off. these plants
are pretty hardy - you never know!
when it comes to lighting for the original plant
- try to duplicate the same lighting it had in your previous place.
jades don't like changes in light, so you may see some leaf drop...it WILL adjust to lesser conditions, it will just take a bit.
if you can't find a spot that exactly duplicates previous lighting, do the best you can. when it comes to watering, if it's getting less light, then you'll need to cut back on the water accordingly...just keep an eye on it for the next couple of weeks and see how it's using up the water in the soil...
it's so easy to overwater...remember that you've just pulled it from it's nice comfy home - it's going to be a bit pouty for a bit
and it may look like it needs watering (that leaf drop), don't fall for it, tho! check the soil and when it's dry a couple of inches down, then water - not before!
lol, on the lost camera!! (i STILL have boxes i haven't unpacked - 7 years later). when you come across it, post a pic!