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An interface corresponds to a fully abstract class. No matters of substance is found in the interface, just declarations of intent

An interface describes signatures of operations, but it does not implement any of them

Sketches of the classes Vehicle, FixedProperty, Bus, and House - for the exercise.
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The interface ITaxable